PHOENIX - The Phoenix Police Department is continuing their search for a 57-year-old woman who went missing last year.
Tamara Stackhouse was reported missing by her husband on December 1 after she left her home, near 56th Street and Thunderbird Road, without her vehicle, purse, wallet, credit cards, identification or cell phone, according to police.
Stackhouse is believed to have on foot and has not contacted anybody since her disappearance.
Her family describes her disappearance out of character, especially since she has missed major holidays, birthdays and a funeral.
Phoenix police furthered their investigation by searching the family home. Multiple computers and storage devices are being reviewed.
Stackhouse is described as 5 feet 4 inches tall, 170 pounds with dark blonde hair and green eyes.
"At this point there may be some foul play that is involved in her disappearance and so we are putting out photographs of her and seeking information from anyone who may know who she was with, where she has gone," Sgt. Trent Crump said.
Crump said Stackhouse's husband and 16-year-old son have been questioned regarding the case and taken polygraphs. He said they are cooperating with police.
If anybody has any information on Stackhouse's disappearance contact the Phoenix Police Department's Family Investigations Bureau or Silent Witness.