Reward Increased as Missing Woman Search Continues

Mehria Mansury, 79, has been missing since Tuesday, Sept. 24

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    A $6,000 reward is now being offered for a local missing woman, last seen six days ago.

    Friends of 79-year-old Mehria Mansury have donated $5,000 in reward money, according to the San Diego Police Department. This will be added to the $1,000 reward from Crime Stoppers.

    Over the weekend, crews from Los Angeles and Orange County joined local police, sheriff’s deputies and border patrol agents to search for the missing woman. They came away empty-handed.

    Mansury was last seen Tuesday at her home in the 2800-block of Amulet Drive in Serra Mesa. She shares the house with her daughter.

    Search Continues for Missing Serra Mesa Woman

    [DGO] Search Continues for Missing Serra Mesa Woman
    As the search for missing Serra Mesa woman Mehria Mansury continued, her family spoke with NBC 7's Rory Devine about their concerns in the race to find Mansury.

    Family members told NBC 7 that although Mansury's daughter saw her last, she did not report her mother’s disappearance. A worried relative called police the next day.

    On Monday, SDPD Lt. Jorge Duran said investigators still consider this a missing person case and do not suspect foul play.

    Mansury is described as Middle-Eastern with a light complexion, brown hair and brown eyes. She is 5-foot-1 and 140 pounds.

    Anyone will information is asked to call police at 619-531-2293 or Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477.

    Duran said the new reward has increased the number of tip calls and that police are following every lead.

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