The family of Wamaitha Kaboga-Miller, a Palo Alto woman who went missing nearly four weeks ago, is offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to her whereabouts, police said Wednesday.
Kaboga-Miller, 66, went missing on Aug. 17. She was last seen on surveillance video making a purchase at Country Time Market on University Avenue in East Palo Alto before driving east toward the Dumbarton Bridge. She takes numerous prescription medications but left those at home, according to the police.
She was last seen driving a silver 2002 Mercedes Benz with the license plate DP241LU. A missing person report was filed the following day when she didn't return to her home in Palo Alto's Crescent Park neighborhood.
Kaboga-Miller is a 5-foot, 1-inch tall black woman and weighs around 120 pounds, according to a missing person flyer. Police said she was last seen wearing a black puffy vest over a white long-sleeved shirt and light-colored pajama pants.
As of Wednesday morning, police had no new leads surrounding Kaboga-Miller's disappearance.
Kaboga-Miller's family and friends have published a website related to the search.
Anyone with information about Kaboga-Miller's whereabouts is asked to call the department's 24-hour dispatch center at 650-329-2413. Anonymous tips can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or sent by text message or voicemail to 650-383-8984. Tips can also be submitted anonymously through the police's free mobile app, downloadable at bit.ly/PAPD-AppStore or bit.ly/PAPD-GooglePlay.