Video shows missing mom before disappearance

Parker missing since Thursday

Michelle Lee Parker.

ORLANDO, Fla. - A security camera caught a missing mother of three's black Hummer last Thursday afternoon, the day she was last seen.

Michelle Parker, 33, went missing Thursday after dropping off her 3-year-old twins, and less than two hours after an episode of "People's Court" aired that she appeared in with her ex-boyfriend, Dale Smith, who is also the father of the twins.

At 3:18 p.m., video showed Parker's black Hummer H3 coming and going from Smith's condo, where she dropped off her children. A large sticker advertising Parker's mobile tanning business, Glow, is seen in the video.

The video also caught a second Hummer in the area. The lead detective on the case said they have tracked one of the SUV's to a neighbor.

Nearly an hour and a half later, Parker's Hummer left the neighborhood on South Goldenrod Road. The sticker appears to have been removed.

Her family has been asking people to look for the sticker since the weekend.

"They have reason to believe if we canvass and ask everybody, someone saw the black Hummer, because it's just unmistakable. A black Hummer with a big Glow sticker," said Yvonne Stewart, Parker's mother.

Parker's Hummer H3 was found over the weekend in an apartment complex off Vineland Road. Her cell phone is still missing.

Smith's neighbor, Ricardo Galarza, installed the camera earlier this year after a car he parked outside was damaged. He was not home when the video recorded Parker's Hummer in the neighborhood.

Investigators have not named Smith as a person of interest and say he has cooperated with their efforts.

The Orlando Police Department held a news conference Tuesday morning to announce it has no new leads in its search for Parker.

Crews continued their search for Parker on Thanksgiving.

Parker was described as a white woman, about 5 feet 6 inches tall with short dark brown hair.

Anyone with information about Parker's whereabouts is urged to call the Orlando Police Department at 321-235-5300.

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