Family growing concerned about missing Northland woman

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Northland family says that they are growing worried about missing mom Melissa Doyle.

Doyle, 41, was last seen on the morning of May 18th, and her family says that they found her car at Anita B. Gorman Park. On Saturday, Doyle's family gathered at the Red X store to pass out flyers in hopes that someone has seen her and can help bring her home.

"If my mom is listening to me I would want to say mom I love you and just please come back," said Doyle's daughter, 9-year-old Madison Doyle. "I'm really scared and I want you to come home."

Doyle's family says that Melissa Doyle has a bipolar disorder, and that it's dangerous for her to be off her medication for this long.

Melissa Doyle was last seen wearing a pink American Eagle zip-up jacket. Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call the Kansas City Missouri Police Missing Persons Section at (816) 234-5136.

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