Nate and Paula say when their 14-year-old daughter, Henny Scott, vanished three years ago, her disappearance didn’t gain any attention – they claim because they are Native Americans. “Nobody even looked at her report; nobody even looked for her,” says Paula, who is a member of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe of Montana. Nate, who is a member of the Crow Tribe of Montana, claims law enforcement treated him and Paula like criminals. “It was like we were being interrogated,” he says. Hear what the parents say they believe happened to their daughter -- and why they believe the search for Henny would have been different if she was white -- in the video above. On Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, "Missing and Murdered in Montana," hear other stories of missing Native American women as Dr. Phil tackles this nationwide epidemic with former criminal prosecutor Loni Combs, tribal filmmaker Rain, and Representative Greg Stanton of Arizona. Check local listings to see where you can tune in. WATCH: True Crime Investigator Loni Coombs Says Crisis Of Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women Is ‘Horrific’ TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Are you involved in a story making headlines?