CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Police are searching for a missing North Carolina elementary school teacher who was last seen on Sunday, reports CBS affiliate WBTV.
Bianca Tanner, who teaches second grade at Reedy Fork Elementary School in Greensboro, was last seen in Charlotte, on June 8.
"We are very concerned about Ms. Tanner and, of course, hope she is found safe. Our thoughts and prayers are with her and her family," Guilford County School District spokesperson Cynthia Robbins Shah-Khan said.
The 31-year-old was reportedly in the process of moving to Charlotte to live with her boyfriend.
Friends of Tanner tell WBTV she may have gotten into an argument with her boyfriend prior to her disappearance.
Tanner reportedly has a 3-year-old son, whom she left with her boyfriend on the day she disappeared.
Police told WBTV that they are using technology to try and locate Tanner's cell phone.
Charlotte Mecklenburg school system reportedly confirmed that Tanner applied for a job at one of the schools in the district on Saturday. She had a job interview Monday but she didn't show up, the station reports.
Police are asking anyone who may have seen Tanner or has information about her whereabouts to call authorities. She was last seen wearing a red tank top, black shorts and black flat shoes, according to the station.