A $12,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the whereabouts of a woman who's been missing for two years.

At a media conference yesterday in Bangor, State Police announced the reward being offered by family and friends of Diana Estey, who was 71 years old when she disappeared from her home in November of 2016. Her car was left in the driveway of her residence on Medford Center Road. There have been several searches over the years, including one over the weekend.

State Police say they're considering all options, including that it could be a recovery mission. There hasn't been any financial activity that would indicate that she's okay. However, they haven't totally ruled out any options, at this point. Diana's brother told WABI-TV that he doesn't think she wandered off into the woods because of her balance problems, but says the disappearance is out of character for her.

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