Authorities are searching for a missing 30-year-old mother who was last seen inside her Michigan home early Monday.

Amy Sue Henslee, of Hartford Township, Mich., was reported missing on Monday after her husband said he returned home to find the front door locked and his wife gone, police sources told

James Henslee, 32, told investigators that he last saw his wife at home at approximately 7:30 a.m. Monday when he left for work. He said he called the house about three hours later and no one answered the phone, according to police. Henslee then said he drove home to find his wife gone, with her purse, wallet and ID still inside the house.

Henslee did not have access to a car, her husband told investigators. 

Lt. William Lux, of the Van Buren County Sheriff's Office, told that it was unlike Henslee to leave home for a long period of time without notifying her husband or other family members. Henslee is the mother of two young boys.

"We're following up on tips and leads," Lux said in an interview Wednesday. "We spent all day yesterday talking to her friends, coworkers and neighbors."

Henslee is described as 5 feet, weighing 114 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a black nylon coat with brown fur around the hood and black Puma tennis shoes with pink stripes.

Authorities are urging anyone with information on Amy Henslee's whereabouts to call the Van Buren County Sheriff’s Office at 269-657-3101.

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