FRANKLIN, Ga. - Authorities are continuing to seek information in the recent disappearance of a young Heard County, Ga., mother.
27-year-old Natalie Jones has been missing for two full weeks.
There have been no confirmed sightings of Natalie since early Sunday morning on July 5.
She was last seen near Jackson's Gap in east Alabama but authorities believe she was subsequently in the Heard County area based on the last official contact with her phone.
Heard County Sheriff's Office investigator Dan Boswell believes locating Jones's hot pink 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier with blue stripes and Georgia license plate RVE6177 is most crucial to the investigation.
Lt. Boswell says it is very important that if someone does locate the vehicle that it remain untouched and undisturbed prior to the arrival of law enforcement.
Family and friends have worked tirelessly since her disappearance by sharing photos and information through social media, forming small additional searches, and posting flyers throughout the East Alabama/West Georgia area.
Family and friends also held a prayer vigil for Natalie last Saturday night by the river in Franklin. More than 100 people attended the vigil in support of Natalie's family and the ongoing search efforts.
Natalie's sister Jessica Bishop spoke with Fox 5 Atlanta in an interview that aired Thursday night.
Friends have also started a Facebook page BRING NATALIE HOME! to try and continuing spreading Natalie's story via the internet.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Natalie Jones or her missing vehicle, you are asked to contact Lt. Dan Boswell at 706-675-3329 or call 911.
You may also email tips to the investigator at email@example.com.