Orlando Police say Theresa Hawley, 28, hasn't been seen since Sunday afternoon, after she told her friends she was going out on a date.
"She was innocently just thinking that somebody's going to take me out, finally I get to go out on a date, you know, and that's all she was thinking, she hasn't been back, we haven't had any phone calls," said Hawley's roommate Mary Cosme.
Her roommates are concerned about her safety because they say she talked about meeting a man online -- they don't know if someone picked her up or if she met them, but they say she didn't take any clothes or belongings with her, only her wallet and cell phone, which they say is now going straight to voicemail.
"She just wanted to go out on a date, so whoever told her 'yes let's go out on a date,' she left, willingly and we haven't got nothing from her, her phone's been off since Sunday," said Ace Roldan who works with Hawley.
Police say Hawley didn't tell anyone where or with whom she was going. Co-workers say they called police when she didn't show up for work Monday morning at Uptown Dog in Winter Park where she worked as a dog groomer for the past three years, and they say she never missed work.
"When it hit 3 p.m. that she never called the shop, or anything like that, asked for her check, anything, that's when I called missing persons unit and told them that I was concerned about her whereabouts, because this is unusual," Roldan said.
"For her to just leave and not contact us, her job, or anybody, is unlike her," Cosme said. Anyone with information on Hawley should call the Orlando Police Dept.