The father of a 50-year-old woman missing in Westport is mentally numb as he awaits any news of his daughter.
It's been two weeks since Leanne Ryall was last seen at the intersection of Queen and Bright Streets.
Family members have confirmed she hasn't accessed her bank accounts, or used her phone since.
74-year-old Harry Ryall said his mind is constantly battling between whether Ms Ryall is alive, or dead.
"None of us have 100 percent made up our mind one way or the other, but it's getting to be a long, long time," he said.
Ryall said he becomes mentally numb when he thinks about his daughter's disappearance.
"You think of things through the day, and they're quite clear. You get to bed at night and you think worse. Up and down, you don't sleep very well."
Leanne's brother Alan said the family has no information.
"There's no clues, no nothing. There's no bank account being touched, no money being touched. There's no cell phone being used, there's nothing, and we just don't know what's going on."
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