WICKENBURG, AZ - Police are searching for a woman who hasn't been heard from since Friday when she left her Wickenburg home.
According to Wickenburg Police Chief Pete Wingert, 50-year-old Leigh Rae Donahue left her home in her 2001 Buick Century four-door sedan.
It was some time between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Friday, and Donahue hasn’t made contact with family members since, Wingert said.
She needs to take her prescription medications, and it’s unclear if Donahue took the medication with her, Wingert said.
Her burgundy-colored vehicle has Arizona license plate ANJ0344. It has oxidized and missing paint, Wingert said.
Donahue is described as 5-feet-5-inches tall and weighs 150 to 175 pounds with red hair and green eyes.
Anyone with information on Donahue’s disappearance is urged to call Wickenburg Police at 602-506-1523 or 928-684-5411.
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