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Missing Indiana mother of two last seen in Louisville

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Ashley Alyson Moore (Source: Family photos) Ashley Alyson Moore (Source: Family photos)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - The mysterious disappearance of a mother of two has friends and family focused on Louisville. That's because Indiana State Police say it's the last place she was seen.

Friends of Ashley Alyson Moore say she would never take off without contacting her children. They say Moore, 28, is a funny, kind woman who left her home of Evansville, Indiana on February 8. Her mother told ISP she talked with her daughter in the following days, but no one has heard from her since February 11. Moore was reported missing five days later on the 16.

Friends and police believe Moore was driving to Louisville to work as an exotic dancer to support her children. One of the last places police believe she was seen was in the 7th Street club area between Bottoms Up Show Club and Dollhouse Gentleman's Club. Her friend and former co-worker Tiffany Fraser told WAVE 3 News Moore had a pattern of leaving clubs with male customers.

"I would go to where her family was," Fraser remembered, "and I would be waiting until the next day and she would show up in the mornings and she had left with one of the customers of where we were working."

After looking at a Facebook photo of Ashley Moore, a manager at Bottoms Up told us the petite blonde, who's 5'5 and weighs 125 pounds with green eyes, didn't look familiar to her. But she did say if she started working there in the last couple of weeks, it's possible she was using a different name.

We are told some of the dancers rotate between the two clubs.

Moore was last seen driving her white 2006 Chevy Impala. It had an expired Indiana paper tag in the rear window with license plate number D268460.  The car also had a metal KY license plate on the rear of the car.

Anyone with information should call Indiana State Police. In Indiana, you can call 1-800-852-3970. If calling from Kentucky, call 812-867-2079.

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