SPRINGFIELD, Ore. - Nearly ten months after her mother went for a walk from her care facility and never came back, a Cottage Grove woman is reaching out to the public again for help.
Kamara Houston said her mother, Judy Ann Parker, 72, was last seen on December 31, 2016. Parker was leaving her care home on 11th and R Street in Springfield.
Since then, Houston said she's exhausted all of her options to search for her mom. She said she's worked with detectives at Springfield Police Department. But even with over 100 tips, she said no clues have moved the case forward.
"I am begging anybody with any shred of information, any tiny piece of memory of my mother, to please just tell us. You're not going to get in trouble. Anything will help. If this was your mom, what would you do?" said Houston.
Parker has psychosis, a mental disorder that impairs thoughts and emotions, causing a disconnection with external reality.
She was last seen on a surveillance camera of a nearby residence. Parker is white, 5'2, with white hair.
For more information about Parker's search efforts, visit "Finding Judy Ann Parker" on Facebook.
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