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Missing Memphis woman's car found two and a half hours away

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MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) -

The family of a missing mother of four is frantically trying to find her after she disappeared from Beale Street. Her car was found two and a half hours away in Mississippi.

Javette Rogers has been missing since Saturday.

"This is not like her," her sister, Layloni Rogers, said. "To us, this is like something has happened. We're just hoping whatever has happened, she is alive." The family said Rogers is a dedicated mother.

"She would never leave her kids," her cousin Kizi Hudgin said.

Rogers was supposed to start a new job Monday, but never showed up.

Her tight-knit family has no clue where she is or what happened to her. They filed a missing person report with Memphis police.

"It's hard," Hudgin said. "It really does hurt, because we don't know anything at all. Her phone is going straight to voicemail."

Javette Rogers lives with her sister Shey. Shey said she last talked with her sister around midnight when she called saying she was on Beale
Street with friends.

"She was having fun. I just told her to be careful while you're down there,” Shey said.

The family received some shocking news Tuesday. Javette Rogers' 2008 burgundy Nissan Altima was discovered in Tchula, Mississippi. It was tracked by a GPS. The family said none of them know anyone in the small town of Tchula, which is about two and a half hours straight south from Memphis. They contacted police there.

"Very concerned. I can't sleep. I can't sleep."

The family just wants to know something.

"I just want my sister," Shey said. "I miss her. If anybody knows where she is, please tell us something, anything. It don't matter. I just miss
my sister and I want her home safe."

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