Family continues search for Elizabeth Ferguson - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

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Family continues search for Elizabeth Ferguson

A Mid-south family hopes a reward will lead to their missing mother, Elizabeth Ferguson.

Cheryl Ferguson Feeney is working around the clock to find her 86-year-old mother, who disappeared three weeks ago.

"We just want to make sure that people are still aware that she's still missing," said Feeney.

Ferguson left her house for a doctor's appointment on May 5 and never returned.

"Is she out there somewhere...just drifting around, trying to get through each day, not knowing who she is? Is she trying to get to her family, but doesn't know how?" said Feeney.

Feeney said she needs answers.

"We just feel that if we can get the reward out there, it will spark new interest. If nothing else, help locate her car and maybe that will lead to my mom," Feeney said.

Her family believes Ferguson's vehicle is the key to locating her, and perhaps the reward money will entice people to keep a sharper eye peeled for the vehicle.

"None of us can rest until we get my mom home. That's the goal," Feeney said

Ferguson was last spotted on May 5 driving a 1993 Green Mercury Sable. If you have any information, call police at 373-3883, extension 3930.

 


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