Pembroke parents asking for help to find missing daughter
PEMBROKE - Police are still looking for a woman who went missing late last week.
Kalie Martell, 30, hasn't been seen since she left her home on 7 Winchester Court in Pembroke on Friday night.
Her parents are beside themselves.
"We just need her to know that she is loved and if she's run off, we just want her to come home," said Scott Vogt, a father figure for Martell.
Martell suffered a traumatic brain injury after a car crash several years ago.
"She is trapped in the mind of a 14-year-old and has a hard time making decisions," Vogt said.
Martell usually takes daily medication to cope with her injury, but she hasn't taken it in seven days.
Her family thinks she ran off and can be found somewhere near Manchester St. in Concord.
She was last seen wearing white tennis shoes and a blue T-shirt.
Her family does not believe she has a jacket but does say she has a scar on her left arm and a "Rest In Piece" tattoo on her ankle.
If anyone has information they are urged to call Pembroke Police at 603-485-9173 or contact the family on their Facebook page.