Transcript for Indiana Police Search for Link Between Missing Mothers
We'll turn to the search for two missing mothers in Indiana. They disappeared five weeks and less than 20 miles apart in similar circumstances and now police are trying to figure out if they're related. ABC's Linzie Janis has the story. Reporter: This morning, police say they are actively investigating any possible connection between the disappearances of these two young Indiana mothers. 30-year-old Joelle Lockwood and 27-year-old Kristy Kelley disappearing within weeks of each other. It doesn't happen frequently that we have two women of the same age group that go missing around the same time. Reporter: Kelley was last seen leaving a boonville veterans club around 1:30 Friday morning. This surveillance footage shows what police believe is Kelley's car heading in the direction of her home. There's been no activity on her bank accounts, no evidence pointing towards any type of a struggle. Reporter: Less than 20 miles away in Evansville, Joelle Lockwood was last seen by friends leaving a house on July 9th. She too gone without a trace. It's been difficult to keep one foot in front of the other but we are doing that and we will find our daughter. Reporter: So far, police say they have nothing linking the two women but investigators on both cases are comparing notes daily. Just knowing that our daughter is out there and we can't get to her, it's very, very, very rough. Reporter: Both families pleading for the public's help reassuring their grandchildren they won't stop searching. We have told the children that their mother is missing, we are looking for their mother and that we will continue to look for their mother. Anybody that's a parent, I hope no one ever has to go through this nightmare. And if someone does have her, I just beg you, beg you, please bring our daughter home. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Linzie Janis, ABC news, New York.
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