Reward offered in missing Medford woman case

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BANGOR, Maine (WABI) - A reward is now being offered in the case of a Medford woman who disappeared two years ago.

Family and friends of Diana Estey are offering $12,000 for information leading to her whereabouts.

Estey was 71 when she went missing in November of 2016.

Her car was left in the driveway of her home on Medford Center Road.

There have been several searches conducted, including one this past weekend.

Family members say her disappearance is out of character.

Thursday state police told us they're considering all options including this as possibly being a recovery search.

"I think the concern is the time frame. There hasn't been any financial activity, you know, family hasn't received any information. Maybe that's a little speculation on my part but just with the amount of that has passed, we're considering that as a strong possibility," said Lt. Diana Perry with the Maine State Police.

"I, personally, don't think she wandered off in the woods. She had balance problems stemming from the eye. So, I don't think she could of, even if she wanted to, I don't think she could have gotten that far. It's been, um, it's been a nightmare," said Diana's brother, Paul Estey.

The reward money comes from a family member and a Go Fund Me account.

If you have any information call state police at 1-800-432-7381.