Thursday marks one year since a Waipahu mother of three went missing and still not a single clue on where she could have gone.
Loida Wideman was last seen leaving her Waipahu home for work in Kapolei.
Her car was found a few days later, several miles from her home.
But since then there's been no new leads in the case.
"Her family is still concerned and they call us time to time.. And we are just coming back to the public 1 year later and asking for any information," said Sgt. Kim Buffett with Crimestoppers.
If you have any information on where Loida Wideman could be, call Crimestoppers at 955-8300.
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