ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- It's been more than a week since anyone last remembers seeing Barbara Parchem.
According to the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office, witnesses have now come forward to give them a better idea of the route her car may have taken when she disappeared.
Police say someone spotted Parchem's car, a red Nissan Pathfinder, on the afternoon of April 5, traveling from her house on 10th street in Elkton and heading northbound on Allen Road.
From there the SUV took County Road 214 and stopped at a horse farm on the southside of the road.
After making that stop, witnesses say her vehicle traveled west on CR 214 to County Road 13 near the St. Johns River.
It was then spotted heading back home traveling on CR 13 toward State Road 207.
Parchem's SUV has a heart in shoe polish on the passenger window on the left side of the car.
Police are asking for witnesses who may have seen Parchem's vehicle in these areas on Friday, April 5 between 12 p.m. and 8 a.m. Saturday, April 6.
Her co-workers at The Village Inn Restaurant have turned her section into a memorial. The general assistant manager says a local vendor donated a billboard that they hope to put up on CR 207, near Parchem's home. They are now raising money to gather other materials needed to complete the billboard.
If you've seen Parchem or her vehicle you're asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-888-277-8477.