BARRINGTON, N.H. (CBS/AP) The husband of 29-year-old Sarah Rogers, the New Hampshire woman who went missing in Maine, says their 2-year-old son keeps asking about his mother.
Sarah Rogers of Barrington disappeared on Dec. 13 after driving to Maine, where her car slid into a snow bank off Interstate 95 in Clinton. Maine police have searched the area several times and there was no sign of her.
They believe she was picked up by a passing motorist.
Rogers' husband and her father appeared on NBC's Today Show on Tuesday, and said that Rogers had stopped taking medication for bipolar disorder and was in a manic state when she fled.
Fritz Coulombe says their son cries in the night and calls out "Mommy" when he sees someone who looks his mother. The family hopes someone will call with information.
Anyone with information is urged to call the confidential tip line at (800) 422-0944, or Private Investigator Thomas Shamshank at (800) 422-0944.
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