Baltimore - On Manor Road in Dundalk neighbors are worried.
“I'm praying for the best, I don't want my mind to wander to the worst," said Buzzy Stockman.
"I fear for her life, I hope that she's safe and I pray for her," Laura Pilat said.
Thursday night was the last time anyone saw Dorothy Grubb. The 61-year-old goes by Dottie and lives with her boyfriend Clyde Campbell and the 54-year-old's son Jesse. Baltimore County Police say they're searching for all three. Investigators say the situation is suspicious. Loved ones and law enforcement are concerned.
"There is a history of domestic violence here and there was some evidence at the scene that there was a violent domestic at that location," said Baltimore County Police Lt. Robert McCullough.
Neighbors called 911 July 24th for some type of violence inside the home, but police say they never saw Dottie that night. Most people we spoke with on the block tell us fights and visits from the cops are common with the couple.
"She's confided in me what's been going on up at that house,” said Pilat. “I told her you need to get him out of there."
"There's always a lot of commotion with him and I'll describe him as a loose cannon," Stockman said.
Dottie's daughter says the six year relationship isn't the healthiest. She tells us Clyde broke Dottie's hand in the past and just this week he pointed a gun at her mother. Friends say Dottie's car hasn't moved since Thursday, but Clyde's white Ford F-150 pick-up is gone. The truck is registered in Maryland with the license plate number 6AS 6121.
"There was no information given to us that they had planned a vacation or planned a weekend getaway or anything like that," McCullough said.
Loved ones say everyone's cell phones are off, and it's unlike the mother and grandmother to be out of touch for so long.
"Let's pray for the best and hope everybody's okay, all three of them," Stockman said.
"I just hope that she's safe and the child is safe and that they return unharmed,” said Pilat. “Please bring her home."
Investigators say Dottie is about 5-foot-five and 120 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. If you have any information about where Dottie, Clyde and Jesse may be please call Baltimore County Police at 410-307-2020.