Search grows for missing mother in Maine

The search for teacher Kristin Westra, 47, last seen going for a jog, is entering its fifth day and now includes police dogs, drones and volunteers.
2:16 | 10/05/18

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We are back with that urgent search for a missing mother of two who vanished mysteriously from her home in Maine. Her husband says he last saw her when they went to bed on Sunday night. Then they woke up and she was gone. ABC's whit Johnson is here with more on this story. Good morning, whit. Cecilia, good morning to you. The strange disappearances leaving loved ones in disbelief. Search teams have been scouring a 1 1/2-mile radius around her home, those efforts and the latest tips coming up empty. This morning, the search for missing grade schoolteacher Kristin Westra is growing more desperate entering its fifth day. Authorities deploying police dogs and drones. Tips pouring in from the public including a possible sighting just yesterday but overnight investigators ruling that out. We haven't named any person of interest right now. Right now it's still a missing person. Reporter: The 47-year-old mother of two last seen in public going for a jog around 6:00 P.M. Sunday. Her husband says they went to bed at 8:00 P.M. And says he woke up at 3:30 A.M. And noticed she wasn't in the bed but assumed she had gone into another room. A man just approached me stating his wife's been missing since 6:15. She was there last night and he's been out driving around looking for her. Reporter: Her cell phone, wallet, car and other belongings still in their house. The only thing that was unusual was the garage door, the back entrance was slightly open. Reporter: Family members say she had been dealing with anxiety at home and at work and went to see a medical professional hours before her disappearance. Everybody loves her. She is -- she's amazing. Reporter: Her loved ones now waiting in agony. I don't care what people gossip. That's a non-issue to me. Reporter: And family members tell us Westra is the last person who would run off. Authorities are not ruling anything out but so far, guys, no indication of foul play. We hope that she is found safe and sound and very soon.

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