DETROIT – Detroit police and groups of volunteers canvassed a Detroit neighborhood on Thursday looking for a mother who has been missing for more than three years.
Tamala Wells, a mother of two, was last seen Aug. 6, 2012, when she left her home on Appleton near Telegraph in her Pontiac Grand Prix. Police later found her car, but she wasn’t in it.
Her mother, Donna Wells-Davis, said her family is still looking for closure and hopes anyone who knows what happened will speak up.
"Please speak up. I need her home. She's somewhere. If she's out there I wanna say, 'I love you and your mother is a die hard. One day I'm going to find you and I'm never going to stop,’” Wells-Davis said.
Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information that leads to an arrest in the case.
Tips can be called in to 800-SPEAKUP.