Search begins for Houston doctor missing since Monday

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HOUSTON, Texas - Loved ones of Fehintola Omidele gathered at Target on San Felipe to intensify the search for the 25-year-old doctor that's been missing since Monday.

Having graduated from UT Medical School just this year, FT (as her friends and family call her) didn't show up for work at Memorial Children's Hospital in the Medical Center Monday morning.

Hannah Yee was a fellow R.A. at UT Austin with FT and says, "This is very uncharacteristic of her, which is why we`re really worried and want to bring her home.”

Her parents were the last ones to see her, having eaten dinner with her Sunday night at her Southwest Houston apartment.

Her sister, Shayo Omidele, says, “Her car wasn`t at the apartment, but her cell phone was left at the apartment, her laptop, her tablet were all left at the apartment.”

The car is a 2011 grey Toyota Camry with the license plate BZ2-L971.

The family has called on Texas Equusearch to assist in the efforts and friends and family gathered at Target on San Felipe Friday afternoon are spanning out across the city handing out flyers and searching for her car.

If you have any information that can help find FT, then you're asked to call the Houston Police Department at 713-731-5223. Even the smallest detail might help bring FT home.

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