A missing Clark Atlanta University student’s family is pleading for her safe return.

Twenty-one-year-old Alexis Crawford hasn’t been seen since she left her apartments near campus on Wednesday, Oct. 30, FOX13 Memphis reported.

Family members are searching for the missing Georgia college student and are asking for your help to find her.

Her family came to Atlanta Police headquarters on Monday, Nov. 4, appealing to the public’s heart to help find Alexis. They described her as a fun-loving young woman who cared for her family very much—and they care for her just as deeply.

Crawford’s family said it was extremely rare for her to go more than a day without speaking to her parents or at least one of her siblings.

“I just want you to come home safe—I hope God is walking with you and please prevent any evil that comes her way—and we’re here for you,” her father, Bobby Wright, said.

According to 11Alive, her roommate said she took her to a liquor store on the night and returned home.

The roommate last saw Crawford at around 12:30 a.m. before she went to her bedroom for the night. She said the house was empty when she left for class the following morning and the front door was locked.

Crawford’s phone, identification card and debit card are missing from the residence, police said.

Crawford is described as 5 feet, 3 inches tall and weighs about 150 pounds. She was last seen wearing a black T-shirt or hoodie, and a cheetah-print headscarf.

Anyone with any information that can help find her is asked to call Atlanta police.