Palo Alto woman missing since August identified as driver found in wreck near Dumbarton Bridge | Mercury News

NEWARK — The body of a Palo Alto woman last seen more than five weeks ago was discovered Sunday afternoon in a silver Mercedes-Benz that was covered in heavy brush off Highway 84 near the Dumbarton Bridge, authorities said.

The woman, Wamaitha Kaboga-Miller, 66, was last seen Aug. 17 at an East Palo Alto grocery store and was reported missing by her family the next day.

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Family of missing woman offers $25K reward | Palo Alto Online

The family of Wamaitha Kaboga-Miller, a Palo Alto woman who went missing nearly four weeks ago, is offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to her whereabouts, police said Wednesday.

Kaboga-Miller, 66, went missing on Aug. 17. She was last seen on surveillance video making a purchase at Country Time Market on University Avenue in East Palo Alto before driving east toward the Dumbarton Bridge. She takes numerous prescription medications but left those at home, according to the police.

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Volunteers to continue search for missing woman on Saturday | Palo Alto online

Family and friends of Wamaitha Kaboga-Miller are organizing a second search party for the missing Palo Alto woman this Saturday, Sept. 1, her daughter-in-law Sophia Kaboga-Miller said.

The search party will meet at 9 a.m. in the parking lot at Target, 2485 El Camino Real, Redwood City.

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Family of missing woman to hold search party | Palo Alto online

Family and friends will hold a search party on Saturday to try to locate 66-year-old Wamaitha Kaboga-Miller, a Palo Alto woman who disappeared on Friday, Aug. 17. They are asking for community volunteers to help find her.

Kaboga-Miller left her Crescent Park home in her silver 2002 Mercedes-Benz CLK at about 9:15 a.m. and drove to the Country Time Market at 2200 University Ave. in East Palo Alto, where she was seen purchasing cigarettes on surveillance video. Since that time, no one has seen her and she has not communicated with her family, her son Njoroge Kaboga-Miller said.

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