Berkeley family in pain over not knowing what’s happened to loved one

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BERKELEY, MO (KPLR) – Family members of missing Berkeley woman say they are very worried about Monica Sykes welfare.

Family members say it’s been one of the worst months of their lives and all they want is to have their loved one back home.

Regina Sykes says October 28th of this year is a day she will never forget it`s the last time relatives saw her daughter, 25-year-old Monica Sykes.  According to family members she left her home in the 6300 block of Fay Drive at around 7am and was seen getting into a white car.

Since then all contact with Monica has stopped. It’s been more than a month and the family is praying and doing everything they can to get the word out from social media to fliers and searches. Now all Monica’s mother wants to know is where her child is and if she`s ok.

At this point family members say they`re not sure of what she was wearing that day but stress the point that she has always been responsible and has never gone this long without contact with her family. Monica is petite at 4 foot 11 and about 100 pounds, with brown eyes and long black braids.

If you have any information in this case, please call Crimestoppers.

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