Deputies from a county in Georgia are worried about the safety of a 22-year-old woman who was reported missing four days ago, according to a report.
Alecia Newsome, 22, has not been heard from since sending her mother a text Wednesday afternoon, WXIA-TV reports.
"Later that evening, her phone was turned off and she has not had any contact with the family since," the Haralson County Sheriff's Office said Friday in a Facebook post.
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"She has two young children at home that she has not been away for so long," the record said.
The text to her mother said she would drive a friend to a Walmart, according to the post.
Fox 5 Atlanta reported that Newsome sent the text after going to a doctor's office for some time.
On Saturday, in another Facebook post, the sheriff's office said they had been in contact with her friend, Don Cox.
"We have contacted Mr. Cox, we are still investigating," the post said.
CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APP  The post said that contact with Cox came after deputies could not reach him by phone or in person, despite making three trips to his house.