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Reward increased for information on missing Jackson mother

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JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

Police are searching for a Jackson mother of two with health issues. 

37-year-old Tammyetta Spaulding was reported missing on Wednesday, September 7, 2016.

Her family has raised money to add to the reward for information on where she is. The reward is now at $5,500. 

“That third day, somebody need to be finding somebody, because after so long who they have hostage they don't come back alive,” said Ms. Spaulding.

Joysteen Spaulding fought back tears as she talked about her only child, Tammyetta Spaulding, missing for 11 days. The last time she saw her daughter was Friday and the last conversation that they had was Saturday. What happened after that is a still mystery.

“I don't want to own up to my fear because right now everything is running through my mind," said Spalding.

Spaulding's mom and dad say they are worried because Tammyetta has never been gone for so long without any contact with them.  She is also a Diabetic who suffered from heart problems in the past.

“She had two stints in her main artery and she's on insulin. She needs the medication,” added Spaulding.

Last week, Jackson police found Spauldings' car abandoned on Savanna Street near Interstate 55. Investigators say so far, they haven't developed any solid leads in this case.

“We just want our big girl to come home,” said the missing woman’s father James Spaulding.

As loved ones reminisce on the pictures of the good times, they're pleading with the public to please help them find Tammyetta. Especially for her two daughters who need to see that smiling face again.

“They are telling me granny, momma need to come on back now because they say I am sad, so I need my daughter to come home for her girls,” said Ms. Spaulding.

Anyone with information that could help in this case is asked please call Crime Stoppers at 601-355-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip online through the Web Tip link on the home page of the Central MS Crime Stoppers website. Or use your mobile device or computer to submit a tip by going to www.P3tips.com.

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