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It's Mike Adler here from Creswood Place.
Look I'm just calling you about your mom.
The neighbors haven't seen her in a few days
and I've been by her house without much luck
and I was just wondering if you'd heard from her.
Could you give me a call when you can?
Just wait out here.
We should set up in my old room.
Call straight away if she...
- Yeah, I will. - Okay.
Does your mom still drive?
Sometimes, but her car's still at the house.
Any medical problems?
She's in her 80's, she forgets things.
She managed to flood the house last Christmas.
When was the last time you spoke to her?
It's been a while.
Could you be more specific?
Well, in situations like this
we need to come up with a timeline.
When Alex called last night,
he said he hadn't noticed your mom leave the house
for a few days, maybe a week.
So if we can figure out who the last person was to speak to her
- we can-- - Yeah, of course.
Figure out exactly who.
It's been a few weeks.
Well it's been crazy, you know how it is.
What did you talk about?
Nothing really, normal stuff.
She didn't mention anything about
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a holiday, appointment out of town, visiting friends?
No, nothing like that.
We'll organize the overall search strategy.
- Did you bring a recent photo? - Yeah.
This was taken late last year.
She's been putting food out for Chester.
Is your boss okay with you taking time off?
I stopped working at the gallery.
What are you doing for money?
I got some decent tips back at the bar.
You still planning on going back to Uni?
I don't know, Kay.
So what, you're just gonna work in a bar for the rest of your life?
I'm glad you're here.
I'm not sure what I'm supposed to be doing.
I think you're doing it.
We'll regroup first thing tomorrow.
We should check..
What are you up to?
Did you find her yet?
No, not yet.
When was the last time you saw her?
Not for ages.
Dad doesn't let me come over anymore.
Can I have a go?
When did that happen?
Jamie, I really needed that.
I might go inside, it's freezing.
Do you want to come in?
Make you a milo?
It's D after that bit, not A.
How do you know?
Gran taught me.
Of course she did.
I could never get the curl of the fingers right.
I think she gave up on me at a certain point.
Are these locks new too?
I think she was scared.
Scared? Of what?
She called me a few weeks ago.
She thought someone was coming into the house.
Doors were left open, lights were left on.
Armchair had shifted.
Well, did you tell the police?
She forgets things.
You know what she's like, it was her.
Well, why didn't you call me?
I could have driven up here.
I mean what if she was...
What was that?
What is that?