by Diane Tuazon
ANDREWS - 64-year-old Judy McCullough has been missing for a little over two weeks now, with no trace of where she could have gone. She went missing after leaving Hobbs for Denver City.
"No activity on her credit card, she didn't have any money when she left," said Keri Fenton, Judy's daughter.
Family and friends spent the entire afternoon Saturday searching Andrews County looking for clues as to where she might be. They gathered Saturday morning on Main Street in Andrews and fanned out across the area.
"I would've done it for anybody really. If someday it happend to me, I'd want them to come out here and help me too," said family friend, Diana Flores.
Law Enforcement agencies from Andrews and surrounding areas have all been involved in the search.
"We have entered her into the missing persons data base. We're following every lead that's taken place," said Lt. Charles Higgs.
For McCullough's family having little to no leads worries them even more.
"At this point my mind leads me to bad things, either foul play or that she had a wreck or ran out of gas," said Fenton.
McCullough was last seen driving a white 2005 Chrysler 300 with Texas license plates Z61-JZD.