Native American actress Misty Upham has been missing for six days. She was last seen leaving her apartment in Auburn, Wash., which is some 20 miles south of Seattle, on Oct. 5, Sunday, Reuters reported.

Upham had left by the time officers arrived to respond to a suicide call from the apartment, according to Auburn Police Commander Steve Stocker.

"Our officers responded to her apartment where she lives with her parents on Sunday for a suicidal call. When our officers got there, she had already packed up some belongings and left the apartment, so the officers were not able to contact or find her," Stocker told People.

On Oct. 6, the 32-year-old actress's father, Charles Upham, reported to the police her daughter was missing and told the media her daughter has an undetermined "medical condition."

According to the father, the actress was having erratic behavior because she had recently changed her medication. He said his daughter told him and his wife they did not have to worry about her anymore, which he found suicidal so he called the police.

"She's always been a suicidal person. She used to make (suicide) threats sometimes, but she never went through with it," he told the Hollywood Reporter.

Known for her roles in "August: Osage County" starring Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, and Benedict Cumberbatch and "Frozen River," the 32-year-old actress started is set to star in 2015 films "Cake" and "Crawlspace."

After she disappeared, her family started an online fundraising campaign but have canceled it due to negative comments.

They took to Facebook to apologize and asked people to avoid posting any negative comments as it is hard enough for them to deal with the actress's disappearance.

"Due to negative comments we are no longer requesting financial support. We have cancelled the FUNDLY campaign and apologize for any offense it may have caused among Misty's circle. We are very heart broken and afraid at this point," the Facebook statement reads.