Washington authorities searching for mother of 3 who mysteriously disappeared after date

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RENTON, Wash. - Washington authorities are searching for a mother of three who mysteriously disappeared after going on a date.

Ingrid Lyne hasn't been seen since Friday, April 8th.

Lyne told her friends that she was going on a date to a baseball game with a man she met online, KFOR sister station KCPQ reports.

Her friends and family grew concerned when the mother of three did not pick up her children.

Friends have since taken to social media, hoping it will help locate the woman.

"PLEASE SHARE MISSING my friend Ingrid Rounsaville Lyne has been missing since Friday night 2015 gray Toyota Highlander Washington plates AUW3230 we have to bring her home she has 3 children that need her," one friend posted on Facebook.

Officials say Lyne's car is still missing.

As each day passes, neighbors' worry over the mother of three grows.

“It’s not good, and the longer it goes on the more you think she’s not coming back,” Lyne's neighbor Edward Franceschina said.

“The purse, the telephone and everything was in the house,” he continued.

Renton police and Seattle police are both involved in the investigation, KCPQ reports.

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