A woman who works to help people find jobs is making a plea to the person who stole her car and all of her personal belongings inside.
Adrienne Williams, who interns at the East Side Neighborhood Employment Center, helps people who are down on their luck find jobs.
On Monday, she was at her internship and couldn't find her keys, so she walked out to the parking lot to look for them, Once outside, Williams said she noticed her car was gone.
"My purse was inside, so was my wallet, all of my credentials and all of my kid's credentials. I can't get to work and I have no money. I have nothing," Williams said. "They have everything. I am so hurt."
Williams said she filed a report with police. Authorities confirmed that they're looking into a person of interest, but haven't released any other details.
"If this person has any type of conscience or remorse they would return my purse and my car to me. I have a 2-year-old and I can't get around. I was planning on going grocery shopping today and now I can't do anything," Williams said. "Just please, return my things to me. Just think about how you would feel if this happened to you or someone in your family."
Williams said she hopes whoever took her red 2013 Toyota Corolla will see or hear her plea and have a change of heart.
"I work very hard. For someone to just take my car and my purse from me -- I just can't believe it," Williams said.
Williams said the director of the employment center paid for the locks to be changed on her house. However, she doesn't feel safe staying there now that someone has all of her personal information.
Anyone with information on the situation is asked to contact police.