WINCHESTER, Ky. (WKYT) - It was an afternoon errand that never ended. Family members say Kyla Kline, of Winchester, simply went for a walk to see her two children but never made it.
"She said 'Bye, see you in a little bit,'" said her mother, Lois Kline.
That was July 3rd, and the family of the 25-year-old haven't seen her since.
"It was 2 o'clock,she wasn't there, we started calling her phone," recalled her mother.
"She's never spent more than two days away from around here, in her life. She always called her mother or her papaw," added Joe Harris, Kline's grandfather.
"She walked right out of this house and it's like she vanished," said Kline.
The family members say the mother of two was last seen on Madison Avenue walking toward Maple Street, in Winchester, and while they've put up signs looking for any answer, nothing has come their way.
"Just the not knowing," started Kline.
"It's horrible, it's unbearable, you don't know what to do, you can't sleep," chimed in Harris.
The family is working with police, and they even filed a missing person report on July 6th, but Kline is still gone. Her family says she's 5'3" with brown hair and a tattoo on her neck that reads "Addyson," the name of her four-year-old. She also has an eight-month-old child.
"I'd like to hear her," said Harris, "Let me know that she's alive and she's well."
These are the answers the family hopes to hear, but that have yet to come in the mystery of this missing mother.