A dive team and K-9 were involved in a search Wednesday
Brian Entin reports
A memorial service will be held Wednesday afternoon in Palm Beach Gardens, in honor of Kimberly Lindsey.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - The search continued for Kimberly Lindsey Wednesday.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office calls the disappearance of the Bak Middle School nurse "suspicious."
Her car and personal belongings were found in her suburban Palm Beach Gardens home.
Friends say she went to visit her daughter on the west coast of Florida over the weekend, then drove home Sunday night texting her daughter around 7 p.m. that she made it in safely.
That is the last time anyone communicated with Lindsey, according to investigators.
"We know someone knows something. We need to find that one person," Lindsey's co-worker and good friend Roberta Azrak said.
Azrak says she called police on Monday when Lindsey didn't show up for work.
"She is more than a co-worker or a colleague. She is a dear friend," Lindsey said.
Lindsey's family is not talking about her disappearance. Her brother told reporters Wednesday he was not commenting.
Her three daughters are staying with a family friend in Wellington.
Lindsey was divorced from her husband in February, but according to her attorney the battle was ongoing and was "contentious."
Azrak says Lindsey spoke of the divorce frequently.
"She was definitely in a bad situation…there were many, many, many days of her being distraught over the situation that could have been dealt with amicably. She tried," Azrak said.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office says its investigation is ongoing.
Crime Stoppers is offering a 1,000 dollar reward. If you have any information, call 1-800-458-TIPS.