UPDATE: Family Searches For Missing Spokane Woman - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

EXCLUSIVE NEW DETAILS: Mother Of Missing Spokane Woman; 'I Can't Sleep At Night, I Just Want Heather Home'

SPOKANE, Wash. - The Spokane Police Department wants to remind all of you again about a Spokane woman who has been missing for 2 months now.

39-year-old Heather Higgins has been missing since September 20th, last seen walking out of her apartment complex on 10th and Cherry on the lower South Hill.

Her mom, Jackie Forney, talked to KHQ on Thursday and tells us she's praying hard everyday to find her daughter. For the past few weeks Forney has been cleaning out Heather's apartment hoping that her daughter will return.

Forney is deeply concerned for her daughter in wake of some new information. Forney tells KHQ that Heather's bank account has not had any activity since her disappearance. We've also learned that Heather has not used her cell phone in weeks. Her mother says she left her apartment with her cats still inside, as well as her wallet and keys. Forney tells us her daughter would never abandon her beloved animals that she cared for deeply.

The family is desperately asking anyone with information regarding her whereabouts to come forward.

"I know that this disappearance is suspicious. Please, we just need to find her. If anybody has seen her or knows anything, please help us," said Forney.

Jackie said Heather is bi-polar and off her medications.

Heather has long blonde hair and blue eyes, about 5'7" and 110 pounds.

If you know something, you can remain anonymous. Just contact Crime Check at 509-456-2233.

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