ARIZONA CITY, AZ — A statewide Silver Alert has been issued for a woman missing from the Tohono O'odham Nation for more than a week.
The Pinal County Sheriff's Office says it is assisting with the search for Bonnie Webb. The 64-year-old was last seen at her home in Arizona City on March 31st when she left to visit her daughter's house a five-minute drive away.
She left her daughter's house around 10:30 that night. Surveillance video at a gas station recorded her at a gas station near Casa Grande just after midnight. She did not appear to be in any distress, the sheriff's office said.
A half-hour later, police say a gas station camera in Stanfield recorded her pickup driving through, and shortly after she sent a text message to her daughter saying she was in Maricopa and hadn't made it home.
Detectives have been able to track Webb's travel and say she was heading toward Casa Grande.
About an hour later, at 1:41 a.m. on April 1, a Border Patrol camera recorded her driving south on Indian Route 15 on Tohono O'odham land. In the image, she appears to be by herself.
The tribal police department found her vehicle in the desert east of IR 15 and IR 34 on April 4. It appeared to be stuck, and Webb was nowhere to be found, PCSO said.
Webb is 5'5" tall and has long brown hair with blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a Dallas Cowboys jersey and capri jeans.
Anyone with information about Webb's location is asked to contact Tohono O'odham Nation Police Department as 520-383-3275.