It's been 125 days since Melanie Steele, 24, was seen. Now police and her family are turning to the public to help find her.

Melanie's family joined Savannah Police Saturday to seek help in the search.

?She has been missing and hasn?t spoken to family or friends or been heard from since the night of Sept. 13,? said Cpl. Michael Rowan. ?We know people are involved in the disappearance and this case, and we just ask that anyone who?s heard anything call CrimeStoppers or Savannah Police Department?s Special Victims Unit."

Steele was last seen in the 2100 block of California Avenue. She is a white female, who is approximately 5-foot-7, 150 lbs., and has curly blonde hair.

?My daughter has been missing since Sept. 13. That?s 125 days that I have to get into a warm bed at night and try to sleep not knowing the condition that my child is in,? said Julia Johnson, Steele?s mother. ?It is hard. We miss her and we really need her back home. We need your help.?

Johnson said she is constantly reminded of their last conversation over the phone that occurred the night she was last seen. One of the last things Steele told her mother was that she loved her. Johnson said she clings to that conversation but wants to know what happened after that conversation that led to her disappearance.

Anyone with information on the case is asked to contact the Savannah Police Department?s Special Victims Unit at (912) 651-6742. Tips can also be forwarded to CrimeStoppers at (912) 234-2020. Tipsters remain anonymous and may qualify for a cash reward.