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Family Seeking Public's Help to Find Missing Woman

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CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) -

A local family is desperately searching for a loved one who has been missing for five days now. They're hoping that someone in the public might know where to find her.

Enola Callison is 55 years old and in the past, her family says she has left without notifying anyone -- but never for this long.

"She's gone with friends other times, but she'd always be home within 24-48 hours, or have some sort of contact, but there's been nothing," her mother June Henderson said.

"We're at a loss for what's happened, or where she's at or what is her purpose for leaving," her granddaughter Candace Flores said.

On Saturday, Enola, her son and niece were barbecuing when her son noticed she was gone. He thought she would return, but she did not. Now it's been five days, and there has been no word from her.

"She just walked away from her house," Henderson said. "Nobody saw her leave, so we don't know what she was wearing or carrying a bag."

"Her vision is so impaired at night," Flores said. "Can't see, so that's a concern for us that she'd be out or someone would see her with her impairment and hurt her."

Callison left behind her cell phone. Her family has contacted friends, but no one knows where she is. They just want to know that she's okay.

"We want her to come home," Henderson said. "If she doesn't want us to know where she is, that's fine, but just to let us know, that's okay."

"You know, we want her to come home," Flores said. "We're worried about her."

Her family says she wears a visor and sunglasses and has a significant scar on her neck. She was last seen on the 10,400 block of North Harrington Drive off Leopard. She stands five-foot four and weights 140 pounds.

The missing person's unit at the Corpus Christi Police Department is looking for her. They say to call 911 if you see her.