A Syracuse mom with a stolen car is getting a lot of sympathy from her Facebook friends, but there is still no sign of her vehicle.

The Otoe County Sheriff's Office and hundreds of Facebook friends are looking for a car reported stolen from Syracuse early Thursday morning.

Danelle Owens, a 25-year-old homemaker, reported that a silver, 2010 Chrysler 300 with plates of 11-E898 was taken from her residence.

Her husband noticed it missing from the driveway as he was leaving for work around 6:30 a.m.

A teletype broadcast of the incident went to area law enforcement and Owens made an appeal on Facebook for help.

She posted photographs of the car, mentioning that is has 22-inch chrome rims.

Owens said she hopes her Facebook friends and the sheriff's office can located the car in good condition.

"They say there's a chance of finding it, if it's local, but who knows? It might be on its way out of the area," she said.

Owens has lived in Syracuse the past five years and said she never imagined that her car would disappear.

"I hope to find it. It's a new car, so I'll be making payments on a car I don't have," she said.