Omaha police Captain Michele Bang gives an update on missing adult Camisha Hollis during a press conference at police headquarters on Wednesday, April 4, 2018. 

Omaha police are asking the public to watch for a red Hyundai Elantra as they search for a missing mother of three.

“We do believe she is in danger,” said Capt. Michele Bang of Camisha Hollis, 34.

Investigators are concerned because Hollis’ three children were left alone, and she hasn’t been in her usual daily contact with her family and hasn’t been to work.

The children’s father, Marvin L. Young, has been jailed on suspicion of neglecting the couple’s children and disturbing the peace at a police station.

He has not been charged in Hollis’ disappearance, but a domestic violence investigation has been opened listing him as the suspect.

Court documents say evidence found in the family home prompted investigators to conclude "there was a physical assault with significant injuries incurred by one of the parents."

Hollis drove a 2018 Elantra with Nebraska license plate number VSF 459.

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