The search for a missing mother continues and after months, her family is desperate to find her and pleading for her to come home.
The family of Linda Kajawa is familiar with her sudden absences. Her husband told News 4 she struggles with substance problems and during relapses; she leaves for days at a time.
This time, it's something out of the ordinary. Ricky Kajawa says “she's never been gone more than two to three days at a time, nothing like this before."
He reportedly last saw her Nov. 1 at a company dinner where Ricky works. They enjoyed an afternoon together at Dothan Blowpipe. She then allegedly got into her car, drove off and has not been seen or heard from since.
Two months later, she still hasn't returned. Now, the family faces a further dilemma, separation. According to Ricky, her young daughters' medical rights and financial responsibilities are out of his control. Though they wish to remain living with him, it may not be an option unless their mother comes home.
She was last seen driving a 2001 white Ford Focus with dark tinted windows.
Authorities have BOLOS out on her nationwide through the NCIC computer system.
Anyone with information is asked to please call the Dothan Police Department at 615-3000.
At this point in the search, foul play is not highly suspected but it hasn't been completely ruled out.
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