FULTON - The Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Fulton Police Department are asking for the public's help to find a missing Fulton woman. 

According to a news release, 25-year-old Tori Taylor was last seen April 20 in Montgomery County. Officials said she borrowed a car from a friend in Fulton on April 21 and said she would return it the next day, but has not. 

Taylor hasn't been in contact with friends or family for several days, the release said, and she has not been responding to messages. She also has not been active on social media. 

"You really don't know what's going on when something like this happens," Patrick Taylor, the father of Tori Taylor said. "I just feel helpless."

Fulton kidnapping security video

Security footage posted by Fulton Police Department on Facebook showing the suspects' vehicle. The vehicle is the gray Dodge Charger in the background. The white car is not involved.

Fulton Police say they believe Taylor is likely the kidnapping victim they posted about earlier this week on Facebook.

All the Taylor family wants is for Tori to return home safely.

"She is a very outgoing, amazing person," Patrick Taylor said. "I just want her to know if she is listening that we all lover her very much. Her sister Sadie is missing her a lot."

There were approximately 50 leads received by the department Thursday. The department has investigated over 90 leads and are continuing to get leads as they actively investigate. 

Officials ask anyone with information about Tori Taylor or her whereabouts to contact the Fulton Police Department at 573-592-3100. 

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