NEWSOMS, Va. — The FBI is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information that can help find a Southampton County mother who disappeared last month.

34-year-old Cynthia Carver has not been seen since February 21, when she dropped her children off at a babysitter's house. 

Carver, a correctional officer, didn't show up at work the next morning, causing her family to worry. Carver’s mother, Ann Carver said the entire family just wants her to come home.

“We just miss her. Cynthia has two kids and her family loves her. We just want her back for her kids,” said Ann.

Police found blood and a knife inside Carver's home, but there was no sign of her. Her purse, wallet, and phone were also missing. Investigators believe Carver may have been abducted.

Documents show that when deputies got to Carver’s home, they found blood on clothes, sheets, the floor, and in the driveway.

Documents also show that police got search warrants to search Carver’s tablet and phone for dating apps, communication apps, and social media accounts.

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The FBI also believes Carver was on Airline Boulevard in Portsmouth and North Military Highway in Norfolk on the day she was abducted. 

The search for Carver has also extended into North Carolina.

The FBI asks that anyone with information about Carver’s disappearance to call 757-609-2482.