FT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – The family of a Ft. Lauderdale mother of two who disappeared earlier this year is asking for the public’s help in finding her.

Trukita Scott has been missing since June 25th. Her car was found a week later in Miami near NW 40th Street and 10th Avenue. Since then there have been few clues for the police to follow.

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Scott’s family did their own search for answers but it only left them with questions.

On Wednesday Trukita’s mother, Kengeral Allen, and her father, Charles Scott, held a news conference in which they asked anyone with information on what happened to her to come forward so the police can move forward with their investigation.

“It’s been three months since I saw my baby we need answers these kids need their mother. I miss her terribly,” said Allen.

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A day after Scott disappeared, Allen said her daughter’s cell phone pinged all over South Florida.

“Coral Springs, North Miami, Homestead, Florida City, it was everywhere the second day after she was missing,” said Allen.

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After that, the signal was gone.

Police said they do suspect foul play.

Scott has year old son CJ and a three-year old daughter Monet. Scott’s fiance Al Livingston is the father of the couple’s daughter.

Police believe Scott’s ex-boyfriend Karl Watts, who is in jail on an unrelated charge, has information which could move the case forward but he has not been cooperating with them.

Police said anyone with even the smallest bit of information should get in touch.

“Someone knows somthing, they should call Crime Stoppers anonymously to assist us in moving forward,” said police spokeswoman Deanna Greenlaw.

If you have information call Broward County Crime Stoppers at (954) 493-TIPS.

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