Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
Dora Maria Villarrea-Tolx had recently moved from Florida to 2300 block of South Brandywine Court in Greenfield, Indiana to live with her daughter Vikki. Dora had been widowed for several years, and now she had just lost her long-time companion. Dora was in extreme mourning over the loss of her friend, and she became depressed, dazed, and somewhat withdrawn.
Late on the night of June 2, 2007, Dora was sitting on her porch. At about 11:00 p.m. Vikki came out to say she was going to bed, but Dora wanted to stay on the porch. Vikki woke up two hours later to find Dora missing.
The area was searched, but there is just no trace of Dora. She may have been in the early stages of dementia. Her family also says that it is uncharacteristic of her not to call her family and friends. Dora left behind her purse, identification, and all of her money.
When Dora disappeared she was longing for her life in Florida. Family members think she may have left, trying to go back to Florida. They also think she may be going there to visit the grave of her companion, at Florida Memorial Gardens Cemetery. A police dog tracked her scent from her home along a road. However, at one point, her scent just stops, and police worry that she may have been picked up by a motorist.