Police have released surveillance footage showing missing a Florida mom shopping inside a Walmart just moments before she 'vanished into thin air'.
Stephanie Hollingsworth, 50, has not been seen since September 25 and there are grave concerns for her safety.
The mom-of-three left her Belle Isle home around 12 pm in her 2000 silver Chevrolet Tahoe, leaving behind her cellphone.
ATM records show she withdrew $20 from a Bank of America on Goldenroad Road around 2 pm, before heading into a Walmart on the same street.
Surveillance video shared by police on Monday shows Stephanie walking down one of the store's aisles before she abruptly turns around and walks towards the exit.
She has not been seen or heard from since.
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Stephanie Hollingsworth, 50, has not been seen since September 25 and there are grave concerns for her safety
Police hope that the release of the video will prompt shoppers who may have seen Stephanie to come forward with information.
According to The Orlando Sentinel, family and friends have now set up a 'command post' outside the Walmart, distributing flyers and launching 'search parties' in a bid to bring the mom back home.
Orange County police say they are 'extremely concerned' for her safety and there is a $5,000 reward for her safe return.
Stephanie - who works as a yoga instructor - suffers from unspecified mental health conditions and requires care.
Belle Isle Chief of Police Laura Houston said her department is not ruling out the fact Stephanie could've simply left on her own volition; but they aren't ruling out foul play either.
Surveillance video shared by police on Monday shows Hollingsworth inside a Walmart on Goldenrod Road around 2 pm on September 25. It is the last time she has been seen
Her husband Scott Hollingsworth said it was unlike his wife, the mother of his three sons (above), to take off without her phone, a change of clothes, or word of where she was heading. He said she'd never abandon her children
Her husband, Scott Hollingsworth, is also appealing to the public for help.
Scott says it is unlike his wife, the mother of his three sons, to take off without her phone, a change of clothes, or word of where she was heading. He says she'd never