The search for a missing Vermont woman has now spanned four days and more than 2,000 acres, but so far, there’s no sign of Judith Giglio. In recent years, Giglio, 72, of Westmore, has suffered from memory issues. Over the last four days, dozens of search crews have been covering miles of forest and areas near her home in hopes of finding her. According to Vermont State Police, Giglio has wandered off before but returned home on her own. They say she left wearing black shorts, a gray shirt and Crocs. Search efforts have yielded no results. Police have been using technology such as high-tech drones to canvass large areas. As of Friday, crews had covered more than 4 square miles of forest. Police say if you see Giglio or have any information about where she might be, call the barracks in Derby at 802-334-8881.
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