Family of Brailynne Corr searching for missing Univ. of Central Fla. grad, missing two weeks

Univ. of Central Florida graduate Brailynne Corr, 22, has been missing since Sept. 17. Michael Corr

(CBS) JACKSONVILLE, Fla - Relatives of recent University of Central Florida graduate Brailynne Corr are searching for the 22-year-old woman who has been missing since Sept. 17.,  the Orlando Sentinel reports.

Corr, who moved in with her parents in Brandon, Miss. after graduating in the spring with a degree in molecular biology and microbiology, told her parents on Sept. 16 that she was going to visit friends in Hattiesburg, Miss.

According to the Sentinel, after only spending one day there, Corr checked out of her hotel, and her debit card was used twice on Sept.17, sixty miles away at a Walmart in Picayune, Miss.

She had been driving a silver 1999 GMC Jimmy with Mississippi license plate RGM 837.

"We've been doing everything we possibly can," her uncle, Michael Corr, said on Sunday. "It's really strange."

The family has also set up a website at