In Danger: Search Continues For Missing Mom of Four

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DALLAS- "Oh, it's so hard not knowing nothing," heartbreaking words from Marisol Espinoza's mother, Rosemary Espinoza.

The missing mother of four was last seen on December 29 after she left for work at 8 a.m. She never made it to her destination, the Toni & Guy Hair Salon inside Northpark Center.

Three days after her disappearance, her Chevy Tahoe was found abandoned behind the Las Lomas apartment complex, just over three miles from where Espinosa lives.

What cops found in the SUV has led them to believe Marisol is in danger. Investigators found her purse and other personal belongings inside.

"The police are saying that they are actively following leads they have been interviewing people, we actually saw them actively looking in the area we were," said Veronica Walls, Espinosa’s aunt.

Over the weekend, the community joined Marisol’s family in search efforts and handed out flyers in hopes of finding the 34-year-old woman.

"We're just very appreciative of the support that we've received; everybody, even if they're not able to come help search, but we've received such good heart felt prayers from them," said Walls.

Desperate for answers, the family is offering a $10,000 reward for anyone who has info that will lead them to Marisol.

Take a closer look at her picture. She's Latin, 5' 5" tall and weighs 125 pounds.

Marisol Espinosa

Dallas PD  urge anyone who might've seen her to call the missing persons unit at 214-671-4268.

"We need to find my daughter; she's my only daughter that I have and her babies, she needs to come home for her babies," Marisol’s mother said.