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Missing woman: Husband thanks community for support

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PLAINFIELD (KWWL) -

Despite all the tips -- and everyone who has looked for her -- still no sign of a woman who disappeared about two months ago.

Cloris Mehmen disappeared in July while her husband was at work. His daughter went to check on her two hours after he left home, but Cloris was already gone.

She was from Plainfield, and last seen wearing blue jeans and a short sleeve shirt. 

Art Mehmen thinks about his wife all the time. They were high school sweethearts and have been married for almost 60 years. They worked as a team and helped cook meals together at Waverly Manor. 

Art says he's still getting support from the community. Just this week, someone brought him a pie and he has received many cards.

Art wants to thank the community for their support and remind them to keep looking...

"If anybody has any clue of any type, we'd appreciate it," said Mehmen. 

Art says people are still sending tips to law enforcement. For now, he's adjusting to what is a new normal. 

Art recently came back to Waverly Manor, and helped cook to keep the tradition he and his wife had going. He says one of the reasons he wanted to go back is because the people there helped search for his wife when she disappeared.

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