SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- It has now been five weeks since anyone has heard from Maya "May" Millete, a Chula Vista mother of three who went missing in early January.
The family says they are frustrated and feeling helpless, but not giving up in finding their loved one.
Millete's family and friends are shifting their search this weekend to look for any sign of her in Glamis, Calif., a place where the family would often go with Maya. Friday evening they plan on passing out missing person fliers and will search the area on Saturday and Sunday.
Glamis is two and a half hours away from San Diego. Her family says Maya loves going there, often riding her quads or her dirt bike.
Also happening this weekend, an anonymous donation from an alumnus from Maya's high school, a $1,500 match for anyone who donates to the family's GoFundMe page. The money raised is used to help the family's search efforts, pay for supplies, and making the fliers. The family also hopes to use that money to hire a private investigator.
Maya was last seen on January 7th. Her phone goes straight to voicemail and there has been no activity on her bank statements.
The Chula Vista Police department says there are no new updates in Maya's case but say their investigation is still active and ongoing.