NEW ORLEANS -- A New Orleans student has been missing since Monday, Nov. 17 and police are now asking for help to find her, reports CBS affiliate WWL-TV.
Shroq Aziz, 19, left her house for class at Delgado Community College around 7:30 a.m. Monday, but her family grew worried when she did not come home that night. Ali Aziz, the student's brother, told the station that before the family called the police, they had gone to campus looking for her.
There, they found her car still parked in one of the parking lots, WWL-TV reports. However, police are questioning whether she even made it to class.
The surveillance video shows Shroq Aziz, who is studying to be a physical therapist, pulled into the parking lot at 8 a.m. and got out of her car. She then got into a black four-door vehicle, according to the station.
Her family is growing worried, and members are spending all day calling her -- with the number going straight to voicemail, according to her brother. He also said that she did not have a boyfriend and that it was unusual for her not to come home.
"I want to know, I want to know anything I can know about my sister because I want her with me right now," Ali told reporters. "I miss her."
Aziz was last seen wearing a gray jacket, dark-colored jeans and a green scarf with another black cloth underneath, the station reported.
If you have any information regarding Shroq Aziz's disappearance, please call New Orleans Police at 504-821-2222, Third District detectives at 504-658-6030 or Crimestoppers at 504-822-1111.