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DOVER, Ohio -- The search continues for a missing pregnant woman from Dover.

The FBI has joined the search, and police are now trying to use the woman's cell phone to track her down.

Patrona Laynez Raymundo, 22, was last seen leaving her home on North Tuscarawas Avenue at 8 a.m. Monday wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and green leggings.

Raymundo is described as being shy and speaks very little English. She lives in Dover with friends and her boyfriend, who says she would never just disappear on her own.

Raymundo's boyfriend did receive a strange text Monday night from someone claiming to have Raymundo. Police say the text was choppy Spanish and difficult to translate.

Police say that at first they thought it was a ransom message, but then it sounded more in the context of "you'll pay for what you've done."

Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call police.

Continuing coverage here.