Family pleads for public's help to find missing mother

A month after 23-year-old Kierra Stubbs' disappearance, her family is pleading for the public's help.Relatives haven't seen the Birmingham mother of two since April 24. They say she met a man, who she had known for a month, outside a Boost Mobile Store on 3rd Avenue West. They say she asked him for money for brakes, got inside his car and was never seen again.Birmingham Police tell ABC 33/40 the man is considered a person of interest and has been interviewed. Detectives have also watched the store's surveillance video, according to the department's spokesperson.{}Still, the family has no answers. Hundreds of flyers with Stubbs' picture are posted throughout Ensley, Wylam, Fairfield and other areas.Stubbs was last seen in a Burgundy Chrysler 200. She is 5'3, 145 lbs.{}If you have any information, please call Birmingham Crimestoppers at (205) 254-7777.