Ohio authorities are losing hopes that a kidnapped 25-year-old mother of three will be found alive.

Summer Inman, who is 5-foot-3 and 120 pounds with light hair, blue eyes and fair skin, has been missing since Tuesday, when police believe she was kidnapped in the town of Logan about 40 miles southeast of Columbus.

Witnesses say she was forced into a car by two men outside a Logan bank late Tuesday night, according to Fox8.com.

"Law enforcement has no specific information as to her location, and we know that as time goes by, the likelihood of recovering her alive is diminished," Logan police said in a statement to the Columbus Dispatch.

Inman's 26-year-old estranged husband and his parents have been arrested  and charged with kidnapping in her disappearance, police said.

William Inman II and his parents, William and Sandra Inman, were arrested Thursday night in Ray, about 30 miles southwest of Logan. A hearing is expected Friday on whether they'll be sent from Jackson County back to Hocking County.

A relative told the Columbus Dispatch that Summer and William were going through a messy divorce and were fighting for custody of their three kids.

"We're all praying. She's a nice, sweet, young little girl. She's very innocent," the relative told the paper.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.