A month has passed since Maxine Ethington disappeared from her home on Craig Avenue.
During that time, both the Shelbyville police and the sheriff's office and family members have mounted an exhaustive search for the missing 87-year-old woman with dementia.
Despite searches on foot, by car and plane, by law enforcement, family and friends, volunteers and the national guard, no trace of the missing woman has been found.
Ethington is believed to have gotten into her silver 2001 Buick and driven away, despite having no driver's license.
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