Family of missing woman searching the roads
A family is pleading for your help as they search for a loved one who's been missing for four days.
It's not the Memorial Day they imagined. Three women are looking for their loved one, 49-year-old Linda Bennett or Linda Kay as she's known to many.
"We have a lot of prayer warriors that's praying for her," Kay's sister Debra Ross said. "A lot of churches too and we're just standing strong."
Kay lives in Sycamore with her daughter. She left Ashburn Thursday and told family members she was walking up town and she'd be back. She was last seen Friday morning.
"She went to several places in Warwick," Ross said. "To the store, to the power dam, a couple of friends' houses."
Ross says Turner County Sheriff's officials said her sister was last seen sitting at a church on Highway 300.
For days, this family has been driving around looking for any signs.
"We think she's out and about trying to get home and she's just lost and she's possibly sat down trying to cool off in this heat," Kay's niece Jessica Robinson said. "She probably doesn't have water or food."
Kay has been diagnosed with Early Onset Dementia and this isn't the first time she's disappeared. Last year, she was lost in Ty Ty and she travels by foot.
"I think she's lost on one of the side roads," Ross said. "We've checked all of the main highways and we can't find her and I think she's gotten lost and turned around and doesn't know how to get back."
Her family says she is about 5' 7", 120 pounds, with short brown hair and she was last seen wearing jeans and a long sleeved shirt.