HURST (CBSDFW.COM) – Tonight marks another night without answers for a concerned family as the search for their loved one continues.READ MORE: 'My Nerves Are Still Rattled': Passenger Aboard Amtrak Train Talks Crash
Norma Shultz, 72, was last seen on Memorial Day on the 800 block of Billie Ruth lane where she lives.
“I love my mom. I want her home. I want her back,” said Shultz’s daughter Maritza Fuller, who last saw her mom on Mother’s Day.
Police are calling Shultz’s disappearance “suspicious”. Police said she went missing around May 19 but her husband reported her missing on the 25th.
More than a month later, Shultz ‘s red van is still parked in the driveway.
“I saw her Van was there and I thought my mom’s home,” said Fuller.READ MORE: Man, Pregnant Woman & Baby Killed In Crash Along Highway 360; Police Investigating
Fuller said her mother would never willingly miss her upcoming wedding. “She would have never missed it for the world.”
Concerned neighbors said Shultz was friendly; well-liked in the neighborhood.
“It leaves me with a sick feeling that something has happened to her,” said one neighbor. “Pray to God she’s ok but it’s been too long now. It’s been too long.”
The nonprofit organization Texas EquuSearch has already joined in on the effort to find the missing grandmother. They’re focusing on waterways.
For now, her family waits… hoping for her safe return.MORE NEWS: Flash Flooding: Second Body Recovered After Vehicle Swept From Texas Bridge
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