The family of a missing 64-year-old woman has offered a reward that helps lead to the discovery of her location and a safe reunion.
Ondine Frohberg, of Suffield, who has high-functioning cognitive disabilities and is a diabetic was last seen at approximately 1:25 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 1 in the area of Route 190 west near the Route 5 overpass in Endfield.
Before she went missing, she was eating at the Olive Garden on Hazard Avenue.
Frohberg’s family said she went to use the restroom and hasn’t been seen since. A massive search for her has been underway since she was reported missing, but her location has not been found by multiple police agencies.
Frohberg has been described as 5-foot-4 weighing approximately 160 pounds with blue eyes and white hair. At the time she went missing she was in a red and orange vertical striped shirt and navy pants. Her family noted that she is not dressed for dropping temperatures.
In an effort to help locate Frohberg, the family has offered a reward of up to $5,000 to help facilitate her safe return.
Anyone with information regarding Frohberg’s whereabouts or who recognizes her has been asked to contact the Enfield Police Department by calling (860) 763-6400.
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