Family worried something may have happened to Gresham woman while hiking

Diana Bober and her car, which now has Oregon plates. (Photos via the Gresham Police Department)

Police say they are looking for a 55-year-old woman missing since Aug. 29.

Diana Bober is an avid hiker and her family is worried something may have happened to her while she was hiking.

She is known to go to the Columbia River Gorge and the Mount Hood area. But her family says they have no idea where she might have gone.

Bober's sister, Alison, describes Diana as having a bright smile, beautiful red hair and a loving heart.

"I love my sister so much, and anyone who can help me find her, I would be so thankful," she said Friday night via video conference while on a train heading for the airport to come to Portland to help look for her sister.

Alison said her mother got a call from Diana's friend, who said she didn't show up for a meeting and was unable to reach her. Alison called police.

"All I could think was, we have got to figure this out. It was just very scary," Alison said.

She said her sister does hike by herself.

Diana Bober has red hair, hazel eyes and is about 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 115 pounds.

She drives a black 1996 Mazda Miata with Oregon license plate 324 HPJ.

Anyone who knows her whereabouts is asked to call police at 503-823-3333.

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