Mother of 'critically missing' Baltimore woman speaks out
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Tonja Chadwick, 20, was last seen on Saturday, January 28.

By Kathleen Cairns, WBFF

BALTIMORE -- (WBFF) -- On Wednesday night Lakasha Chadwick shook her head, distraught, as she thought about her daughter, missing for several days.

Tonja Chadwick, 20, was last seen on Saturday, January 28. Police are now looking for her boyfriend, Marco Holmes, in connection with the case.

Lakasha Chadwick says her daughter had a turbulent relationship with her boyfriend and, "was surprised" when she announced they were moving in together.

"A week before they moved in to the home she called me to say he choked her to the point she blacked out and woke up shaking," said Chadwick. "I just had this feeling he was going to do something to my daughter."

Police said the young woman is considered critically missing “under suspicious circumstances," but did not specify whether her boyfriend is a person of interest in the case.

He hasn't been seen or heard from in several days, investigators noted.

"Investigators are concerned about his well-being and would like to talk to him in reference to the disappearance of Ms. Chadwick," police wrote in a release.

Holmes operates a blue 2004 four-door Infiniti G35 with MD tags 9CS0691.

Chadwick was last seen wearing a black leather jacket, pink t-shirt, and blue jeans, in the area of Mayfield Avenue and Brehms Lane.

Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Frank Miller at Homicide at (410) 396-2100 or send tips to Metro Crime Stoppers (877) 7LOCKUP or text a tip line (443) 902-4824.

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