She vanished almost a month ago. And new videos are surfacing online of the 30-year-old woman. Her family wondering, just who she is talking to in these clips. Abc's linsey davis is here with all of... See More
She vanished almost a month ago. And new videos are surfacing online of the 30-year-old woman. Her family wondering, just who she is talking to in these clips. Abc's linsey davis is here with all of the details. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning, amy. Teleka patrick disappeared DECEMBER 5th. Just this week, another organized search for her. And a new billboard on the indiana interstate where investigators found her car. Just imagine that you're here with me. Even though I know that you're not. Reporter: More mysterious videos have surfaced of missing michigan doctor teleka patrick. I just figured, you do your best and I do my best. And we give each other a chance. Reporter: The bizarre videos show the 30-year-old talking to, singing, buying flowers and cooking for a mysterious possible love interest. I dressed up for you. Reporter: Teleka's family say they thought she was single. And now, because of this new discovery, police are scouring her computers. Just to see if there's any patterns in her intercommunications. Reporter: Patrick is a first-year medical student in psychiatry, doing her residency in michigan. She was last seen on december 5th, IN SURVEILLANCE VIDEO, AT A Radison hotel five minutes from her home. A hotel employee said she appeared agitated after he turned her away for trying to pay for a room in cash. Two hours later, more than 100 miles away, patrick's car was found in a ditch on the side of the road with a flat tire. Inside, her wallet. But no sign of car keys. A private investigator hired by the family told fox 17, it seems she was trying to get off the grid. Sometimes she would have trouble sleeping. She would communicate to friends that she was feeling unsafe. Reporter: Police say no one reported seeing anyone on the road that night. There's no word in the dictionary to describe my feeling right now. It's the worst nightmare. And I really want the nightmare to be over. Reporter: Teleka left her cell phone and purse at the hospital where she works. So far, police say they have no leads. But a man reporting to be her ex-husband, said teleka suffered from mental illness and she was delusional. But he does not believe she would harm herself. Hope the family gets answers soon. We're going to turn to the mysterious death of a california
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