What to Know
- Odine Frohberg, 64, of Enfield, has been missing since last Friday. She was last seen near the Olive Garden Restaurant on Hazard Avenue.
- Police have been conducting extensive searched for her.
- Now they are asking people with cameras in their homes and cars to heck video footage to see if there is any clue on her whereabouts.
Enfield police are trying to find a woman who has been missing since Friday and they are asking anyone with video cameras in their cars or on their homes in the area she disappeared to check that video and come forward with any relevant information.
They said Frohberg, who has cognitive disabilities, was eating with her aide when she got up to visit the restroom and never returned. Police believe she left the restaurant on foot and began walking east, toward Stafford, on Route 190. A Silver Alert was issued.
Now Enfield police are asking that anyone with in-car video cameras who were in the area of Rt. 190 and Interstate 91/Route 5 around 1:30 p.m. on Nov. 1 to check their video footage for any possible sighting.
Enfield Police are also asking anyone who lives in the area to check their home exterior camera footage from Nov. 1 for possible sightings.
Police have released a photo of Frohberg on the day she disappeared with the clothing she was wearing.
Frohberg is 5-foot-4, 160 pounds and was last seen wearing a red and orange vertical striped shirt and Navy blue pants.
As the investigation continues, police say it has been turned over to the detective division for follow up. The immediate leads though, have been exhausted.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Mike Bailey at 860-763-6400.