PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Its been seven months since a Valley mother has been seen or heard from. Now, her daughter is saying she fears someone has hurt her.
Cindy Guido's family wants answers. Gilbert Police have been looking into this case since April, in an effort to trying and track Guido.
So far, however, there's not a trace of the 60-year-old.
Guido's phone is now off, her Social Security has been cancelled, and neither her family nor police have any idea where she might be, or how she vanished. Meanwhile, concern is growing.
"Something bad happened, and I won't ever know," said Lisa Moore. The possibly that her mother could be hurt something is one Moore fears the most.
"I know she wouldn't up and leave without saying anything," said Moore.
Friends and family, however, have not heard a word from Guido, nor have they seen her, since April 6. That evening, a roommate said she took her phone and purse, left, and never came back.
Moore is worried. She said her mother was online dating, and at first, there was a possibility she met up with someone.
"That was my hope. Maybe she met someone and went away for a weekend," said Moore. "But this long, there's no way she left her dog, all of her belongings."
Lisa said she has called hospitals, shelters, friends, places her mom would frequent, and got nothing.
"It's very difficult, because you're constantly thinking about it," said Moore. "I go to bed thinking about it."
Guido was due for a life-saving emergency heart surgery, a week before she went missing. It's something she was prepared for.
"I know someone knows something, and I just hope that someone's seen something, and will come forward," said Moore.