A Texas mother has been missing since Wednesday after she failed to pick up her young son from a babysitter's house.
Prisma Denisse Peralta Reyes, 26, was last seen at a Dallas apartment complex just before 6 pm on Wednesday evening.
Reyes' 2017 Jeep Wrangler was found abandoned by Mesquite Police Department on Thursday morning in the 3500 block of Roseland Avenue in Dallas, Texas.
Prisma Denisse Peralta Reyes, 26, (pictured), has been missing since Wednesday after she failed to pick up her son from a babysitter's house in Dallas, Texas
Surveillance footage of the last-known sighting of her was released and shows her at an apartment complex between 3500 Ross and 3500 Roseland Avenues.
In it, she is talking on her cellphone standing outside the entrance and she seems slightly disorientated, appearing to stumble back and forward.
Her stepfather Dan Fuchs believes that she may have been distressed judging by her movements and the way she has talking on the cellphone.
Prisma Reyes' family say she hasn't responded to calls which is highly unusual as is the way her car was abandoned near an apartment complex which was unknown to her
CCTV footage shows Reyes outside an apartment complex talking on her cellphone just after 6 pm where she seems to be disorientated
Reyes' stepfather claimed that judging by her demeanor, he believes she is in distress. This CCTV footage of Reyes was the last-known sighting of her
Police claimed they identified and interviewed the person she was speaking with on the phone, who had no information on her whereabouts.
She is wearing a red polo shirt, blue jeans and she has not responded to calls and texts from family members and police since that time.
The single mom normally picks up her son at about 7.30 pm when she finishes work, according to police.
Reyes is currently working as a paralegal and was a member of the National Guard
She was reported missing two later when she failed to pick up her 6-year-old son.
Lieutenant Stephen Biggs with the Mesquite Police Department said: 'It is unusual for anyone I think to abandon a vehicle, but really to not pick up their child when they’re supposed to?.