TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A Terre Haute mom is searching for her son who has been missing for more than two weeks.
Ann Smith last spoke to her son on the phone on May 18th.
Morgan Johnson had been living and working in Plainfield, Indiana for several months.
Security video at Value Place (a hotel) in Plainfield shows Smith leaving just before midnight on May 18th.
“[He was] just going out, not for an extended stay. And he hasn`t been seen or heard from since,” Plainfield Police Detective Joe Aldridge said.
Ann thinks he may have been going out to meet with some friends.
"Quarter to twelve when everyone else had to go to work on Thursday,” Ann Smith said. “So that`s my only thought.”
And she thinks her son may have been upset about a recent death in the family.
"He had just found out about his grandfather`s death,” Ann explained. "He was mulling it over. He was distressed about that."
Since then, she and her family have done all they could to spread the word.
"[We’ve] just been putting fliers out,” Ann said. “That`s basically what we`re doing. And making phone calls."
A Facebook group about the search for Morgan has more than 300 members.
Ann and her family have made phone calls to hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and shelters.
"I don`t know anything more to do,” she said.
Plainfield police are investigating the case they call suspicious.
"No one goes this long without talking to someone," Detective Aldridge said.
Morgan Johnson is on regular medication, and police don`t believe he`s had that since he went missing.
They also don’t necessarily believe Morgan is in any danger.
"We don`t suspect foul play, but we will not rule it out,"Detective Aldridge said. "There`s a lot of suspicious circumstances."
For Ann, the focus is staying on the search for Morgan.
"I try to stay positive," Ann said through tears. "I just believe God that some kind of way, everything`s alright."
Plainfield Police are searching for Morgan Johnson`s car. Its a white 1995 Pontiac Grand Am.
If you have any information on where Morgan Johnson may be, you can call the Plainfield Police Department at (317) 839-8700, or call Crime Stoppers at