HAMTRAMCK, Mich. (WXYZ) — With each passing day, family members of missing 25-year-old Camay Lowe grow more concerned.
She was last seen the morning of Dec. 17 after leaving her mother's house on Trowbridge Street, near Ellery, in Hamtramck. Her grandmother said the 25-year-old told her mother she'd "be right back," but never returned.
"Right back don’t mean 10 days. Even if she was going somewhere, still doesn’t mean 10 days," Carrie Jefferson, her grandmother, told Action News.
Jefferson said it's not like Camay to just take off.
David Lowe, Camay's older brother, is worried she's being held against her will or that she's depressed and in need of help.
MISSING: Family says 25-year-old Camay Lowe has been missing for 11 days now. She was last seen leaving her mother's house in Hamtramck the morning of Dec. 17. We're speaking with her grandmother and brother tonight on @wxyzdetroit. Tune in at 10 & 11. pic.twitter.com/Wn0ha9v5EG— Jenn Schanz (@JennSchanzWXYZ) December 29, 2019
Camay's cell phone relies on WIFI to make calls, according to David, and since she's been gone he's been unable to call her.
“What’s stopping her from calling? Because she knows my number by heart," he said.
Since Camay has been missing, David said he revived two phone calls from 313 area codes, but when he returned the calls both numbers were disconnected.
David said he's unaware of any significant other his sister may have, and that she doesn't have a car.
Camay was last seen wearing black stretch pants, blue timberland boots and a hooded jacket. She has a light complexion, long black hair and may be wearing glasses.
If you've seen Camay Lowe or know where she could be, call the Hamtramck Police Department at 313-800-5269 or David Lowe at 313-703-5457.