State police are investigating the disappearance of 25 year-old Angela Singleton.
Her mother, Nancy Canada, says she has a feeling her daughter could be in trouble.
"I just want to find my daughter," said Canada.
Angela, who is originally from Williamsburg, had just moved to Richmond several weeks ago. She has not been heard from by family or friends since early Sunday morning.
What's most concerning to her mother, is that Angela's car has been found along the interstate.
"I don't feel she is safe," said Canada.
Police say on Sunday, a trooper witnessed Angela drive away from her home in Richmond, which she shares with her new husband.
Authorities had been called there for a domestic dispute.
Later that day, Angela's car was found burned and abandoned on the side of I-75 near the 101 mile marker.
Investigators say Lexington police saw someone walking away from the car shortly before it burned, but they couldn't tell who it was, or even if it was a man or woman.
Angela's mother says her daughter's cell phone has been turned off for almost three days now.
"I could always, if I needed to get a hold of her I could always find her," said Canada.
She's hoping someone knows something, and will call police.
"I need everyone's help to find her," said Canada.
Family members want the public to know Angela no longer has red hair, as shown in some pictures. Her hair is now a dark brown.
Angela has two small children. They are staying with her mother while police investigate.