"You see these things on the news and it's hard, because it's not happening to you. When it happens to you, you say 'This doesn't happen in real life.' Its the most awful, incredibly terrible thing
anyone can ever go through," said Maureen Dwyer.
Her daughter, Kelly Dwyer, 27, has been missing since Friday.
Dwyer said Kelly left her boyfriend's home off of Lafayette Place and either walked or took a taxi to her place off of Brady and Humboldt.
While police continue the investigation, mom has her own thoughts on what happened.
"I think, lately she has been going on an OK Cupid website and meeting guys, even though she does have the boyfriend, and I think she met up with someone she couldn't handle. I think she
was exhibiting some reckless behavior," said Dwyer.
Regardless, she just wants her home and is being proactive about it.
Monday afternoon, Dwyer and group of Kelly's coworkers past out around 300 fliers.
She hopes one person may know just enough information to bring her baby home.
"I don't know where my baby is and I may never see her again. Every day it gets harder and harder to believe she is alive somewhere," said Dwyer.
If you have any information on her whereabouts, contact Milwaukee Police at 414-935-7405.