A South Windsor woman has been reported missing and police are asking for help from the public to find her.
Thirty-year-old Jessica Edwards, the mother of a 7-month-old baby boy, was last seen at 7 a.m. Monday and her family reported her missing.
Police said she called out of her clinical training at Hartford Hospital on Monday, her phone is off and her vehicle was left at her residence.
'This is not like her. This is certainly way out of character for her. She would never leave her 7-month-old," Mario Edwards, Jessica's brother, said.
"We are trying to find my sister," Yanique Edwards said, "We want to bring her home. Whatever condition it is, we still want her home."
Edwards is around 5-feet-3 and weighs around 150 pounds.
Police have searched the immediate area near where Edwards lives. They have used search dogs and searched by air, according to police.
Police said they have been in contact with state and federal authorities and have asked for their assistance and resources to help located Edwards.
Police said in a news release that they are at a point in time where they need help from the community.
Anyone with information on Jessica’s disappearance, or anything that would help narrow the search, should call 860-644-2551. Anyone who would like to remain anonymous can submit a tip here or call the tip line at (860) 648-6226.