22-year-old mother of two Amber Whited left work at Golden Isles Harley-Davidson in Brunswick, Georgia around 11 a.m. on Tuesday to go to lunch. She never came back.
The next day, her 1992 Honda Accord was found with a flat tire about six miles away on the 3100 block of Martin Luther King Boulevard.
According to the Glynn County Police Department, a witness said they saw a man leave the car around 4 or 5 p.m. on Tuesday. He was described as a white male, approximately 5’6” with dark colored hair.
HLN’s Nancy Grace sat down with Amber’s mother Beth Allen on Friday to discuss the case. According to Allen, the witness said the man wore a white t-shirt and had tattoo sleeves on both of his arms.
“They said they seen him get out of the car, throw the keys in the car and talk on the phone like he was arguing with somebody and then run off,” Allen said.
Whited left her two young children, Harmony and Bailey, with Allen Tuesday morning before work. Thursday was Harmony’s first birthday. Bailey is four.
Allen said Whited would never leave her children behind like this.
According to WTEV, the National Guard joined the search effort Friday.
Anyone with information regarding Amber’s whereabouts is asked to call police at 912-552-7802 or 912-554-3645 or Silent Witness at 912-264-1333.
See raw video of Nancy’s interview with Beth Allen above.