Friends of Angela Rabotte passed out flyers on Wednesday as they searched for the missing Lawrenceville woman.
The mother of a 3-year-old daughter, Rabotte dropped her child off at a friend's house and went to a party Friday night. Police said she was last seen at Steeplechase Apartments in Norcross at 6 a.m. Saturday.
"I know it's foul play, because it's not right," said Darrell Campbell, the father of the couple's child. "Everything is wrong right now. Everything is wrong."
Police said they searched the area near the apartment complex but found no clues in the case. They have not ruled out foul play.
"For her to go completely off the grid like this is extremely out of character and when that happens, it of course makes us very concerned," said Cpl. Jake Smith of Gwinnett County police.
Friends said it was out of character for Rabotte to disappear and leave her daughter behind.
"This not like Angie," said the child's aunt, Montoya Campbell. "She does not go without checking on her daughter or, you know, checking in period. She loves her daughter."
Police are asking anyone with information on Rabotte's whereabouts to call them. Friends said they will continue searching until they have answers.
"Angie, if you're listening baby, we out here looking for you," said Darrell Campbell. "We're going to find you. We're never going to stop until we get you. I promise you that. "
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