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The weather was one of the only favorable aspects of Monday’s search for a missing Sherman woman.
Volunteers and Sherman police officers and fire fighters scoured the east side of Sherman for a second day, looking for 79-year-old Una Mae Herd. The search was unsuccessful as of Monday afternoon.
Herd was reported missing at approximately 10 a.m. Sunday according to Sherman Police Capt. Ken Francis. She didn’t show up for breakfast with her granddaughter at 9 a.m. and was reported missing shortly thereafter.
Herd was last seen near Harrison and Lewis Streets in Sherman wearing a blue checkered shirt, tan or white Capri pants and sunglasses. She has short, gray hair and is about five feet tall and weighs 140 pounds.
Sherman officials used several tactics to locate the missing woman. Francis said in his time with Sherman, he cannot recall a more massive search for a missing person.
Almost 120 volunteers searched on foot, horseback, all terrain vehicles and motorcycles Sunday and Monday.
Police canvassed the surrounding neighborhoods handing out flyers and the A Child is Missing alert system was activated for residents on the east side of town.
Francis said the system is most commonly used when children are reported missing, but is effective for any missing person.
The search stretched from the fields east and west of the Sherman Municipal Airport, east of the Grand Avenue overpass to Spur 1417 and U.S Highway 82 out of the city limits and the area south of Tuck Street.
Francis said the search radius was much greater than (Herd) should normally be able to walk.
Francis said the search is especially frustrating because they have found no sign of Herd during their search.
In an effort to lighten the mood, Francis said searchers discovered a stolen golf cart from a previous case. He said while closing that case is satisfying, He would be more relieved to find Herd.
Much of the search was focused on the fields and wooded areas in Sherman, according to Francis. He said there had been no recent sightings of Herd other than a few Sunday morning before she was reported missing.
Francis said SPD will not be organizing any more volunteers however, on-duty officers will be actively looking for Herd and individuals or groups are encouraged to continue the search.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Sherman Police Department at (903)