GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - The family of a mother of five who disappeared in March is asking for the public's help in locating her.
Latrice Maze was last seen in Grand Rapids on March 19. Her family held a vigil Monday night, hoping someone will come forward with answers about her whereabouts.
"I just want my niece to come home. I want to see her face. It's so hard," said Maze's aunt, Delrese Saintil.
"Latrice is a daughter, mother, sister, auntie, and her whole family misses her," said cousin Tyson Marshall.
Maze, 26, was reported missing after she didn't show up for visitation with one of her daughters in foster care and then didn't pick up another child from school the next day.
Her family hopes the worst hasn't happened.
"Father, we ask that you protect them, guide them and lead them and let them know that everything is going to be all right," they prayed at the vigil.
Saintil said the family is always together and that Maze has never left without a phone call to someone to check in.
Now, the family says no one will rest until she comes home.
"We have never, never ever been without family members," said Saintil. "We all hang together and sit together, eat together, pray together. We do everything together. It's like a movie or something. It's unbelievable."
Maze was last seen wearing a white shirt, black slacks, and a blue and yellow scarf wrapped around her head.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Grand Rapids Police Department at 616.456.3604 or Silent Observer at 616.774.2345.
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