A MISSING paralegal's son is old enough to know what's going on and is begging for his mom to come home.
Chrissy Powell, 39, was last seen on her ring doorbell camera leaving her house at 10.30am on July 5 wearing dark-colored clothes and a white purse on her right shoulder.
Around 1.30pm the same day, a coworker stopped by Ms Powell's home for a wellness check and told her mom – Claudia Molbey – that she never made it to work.
At some point in those three hours, Ms Powell, who is a mom-of-two, seemingly vanished.
Her oldest son is 12 and staying with his grandma Ms Molbey, who told The Sun that he's been burying his emotions but "he’s very upset."
"He's like a lot of boys that age. He’s hiding all his emotions," Ms Molbey said. "But he wants his mom to come home."
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The whole family is "worried sick" about Ms Powell's mysterious disappearance and is asking the public, news outlets and social media to get her daughter's picture out there and call in tips to San Antonio police.
This is the police tip line: 210-207-7660.
"I’m worried sick," Ms Mobley said. "I love her, and I miss her and wish she would come home."
ARGUMENT BEFORE SHE VANISHED
July 5 was a Tuesday. The Sunday before – July 3 – Ms Powell and her ex/father of her three-year-old child argued over text, Ms Mobley said.
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The concerned mom said she didn't know what the argument was about, but it wasn't usual for the couple.
They have had "an on and off again relationship" and "argue like cats and dogs," Ms Mobley said.
When asked if she thinks the ex could've hurt her daughter, Ms Mobley said: "I don't think so. He works from home and stays to himself."
She said she spoke to him, and he spoke to police since the missing person report was filed.
POLICE ASK FOR PUBLIC'S HELP
San Antonio police created a flyer that deemed the mother a missing endangered adult.
Ms Powell has a medical condition that requires a doctor's care and medication, police said.
She does not have her medicine, according to her family.
Friends and family have created fliers to spread awareness of her disappearance.
Her mom has asked news outlets and the public to get her picture seen by as many people as possible and call in tips to the San Antonio police.
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