Authorities are actively trying to find a Michigan woman and bring her home to her family.
Police said 21-year-old Taylor Britman left her home Tuesday morning near E. Michigan Avenue and N. 30th Street in the Comstock area.
“Family says this is so unusual and that it's highly abnormal for her to leave like this and to have left behind all of the items she would normally have with her,” said Richard Fuller with the Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Office.
Britman's father, Bryanan Britman, said she left their home with nothing - no phone, water or personal belongings.
"I left to go to the store and I came back and she wasn’t here. She had just come back from a run and got out of the shower before I left for the store,” he said.
Her father said she has a medical condition that sometimes makes her delusional and disoriented.
Police said she may have been spotted in Battle Creek.
Bryanan went there this afternoon to search.
"I love you baby and I hope she sees me. I feel like I'm the one who keeps you grounded I would like for you to come back home,” he said.
At this point, Fuller said his department is still investigating whether foul play is involved.
“It would be hard to say if there was or not,” Fuller said.
Britman is described as 5’7” tall and approximately 160 pounds. It’s unclear what she was wearing when she left her home.
Officials are asking those who may have made contact with Britman to reach out to the Kalamazoo County Sheriff's Office at (269) 383-8748 or Silent Observer at (269) 343-2100.
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