Tiffany Foster Starks and Olivia Fowler are both mothers of three children.

ATLANTA – Some families in Georgia are hoping that Gabrielle Petito’s case can help educate other women missing in the state.

There are 166 women from Georgia in the National Missing Persons Database. Tiffany Foster, who also wears Tiffany Starks, was added to the list when she went to the grocery store on March 1st and never came home.

“Your mother goes out every day looking for Tiffany. She hands out leaflets every day. And she’s got her name as good as possible since March 1st,” said Mira McClinton Reid.

McClinton Reid volunteers to help find Foster, but she says it is hard to know where to look.

“Where do we start? Where do we look? Which direction are we going? We miss that in Coweta County,” she said. “We have a search team ready to come out of here in the heat, with the flies, with the mosquitoes, all day, from sunrise to sunset, but which way are we going?”

She said Foster’s friends and family were frustrated with the slow progress on the case.

Her wallet and belongings were found in her car on March 8th, days after she was last seen. Foster’s fiancé was later charged with theft for moving it, but is not named as a suspect in her disappearance.

“He has to speak, he has to let us know, if he has any idea where she is, he has to let us know,” said McClinton Reid.

Foster, described as a loving mother of three, was just weeks away from graduation to pursue her dream job in law enforcement.

“If you knew her, you would know her by her smile. Her laugh is unforgettable. She has a smile that lights up a room. She is very much alive, she is a positive person,” said McClinton Reid.

McClinton Reid said her family and friends hope she is alive and that somehow she will return to them. Foster’s case is pending at the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office, but they did not respond to requests for new information on the case on Monday.

Another mother of three is missing in Meriwether County – her case is also unsolved.

Olivia Fowler is the first name listed in the National Missing Persons Database for Georgia. She is the most recent disappearance that has been reported. She’s been gone for 38 days.

“Your little boy has just turned one year old, he walks. And I know that Olivia would never leave her children,” said her aunt Tamara McCoy.

Fowler’s grandmother died too, and she missed her funeral. McCoy knows Fowler would have been there if somehow she could.

“Olivia loves family, loves loves, loves her family. She is a great mother with the biggest heart,” she said.

Olivia was reported missing after seeing a man she was with, according to McCoy. The police did not name him a suspect and reported that she was missing in a tank top and flip flops.

McCoy drives endlessly through her hometown in Meriwether County looking for her niece.

“I have her clothes in the back seat of my car. I’ve been driving them around for four weeks now because an ad said she had no shoes and only a tank top, so I want to make sure she has what she needs won’t take it out of the car, “she said.

Meriwether County Police Department told 11Alive that Fowler’s case was open and they were actively looking for her, but did not provide any new information.

“We followed leads, we organized searches. We brought out leaflets and it was 38 days ago today,” said McCoy.

McCoy said she hopes Fowler is still alive and returning to her family.

“Her thing is that before you hang up, she always says, ‘I love you with all my heart,'” she said.

McCoy said she told Fowler’s kids every day how much their mother loves them, if she could she would be with them now.