|Updated: 8/23/2011 11:03 pm
||Published: 8/23/2011 4:53 pm
SHERWOOD, AR - "I'm just devastated, where could this 74 year old woman be at?"
It's the question Sherwood police and her neighbor and friend Debora Burden want answered.
"It's bizarre, she would never do anything like this," Burden said.
Detectives spent most of the afternoon today processing Katherine Cleary's home for clues to her disappearance.
The first sign of trouble came around 4:00 am on Monday. The alarm at her home went off, police showed up and Cleary wasn't home.
"And I'm thinking, where could she be at this time of the morning," Burden asks.
"I can't say the house was in disarray," says Sherwood PD officer Josh Adams. "But what was odd there was a dresser drawer pulled out and there was a couple of drawers from a nightstand pulled out."
"Her family has a lot of unanswered questions, we have a lot of unanswered questions," Adams says.
Investigators started to get answers to some of those questions when police pulled surveillance video from a Jacksonville WalMart.
It shows two women using Cleary's credit card to buy a flatscreen TV at five in the morning Monday.
Detectives say the women are now under arrest, but neighbors are left in shock with no sign of Katherine Cleary.
"She's out there somewhere and they need to find her right away," Burden says.
Tuesday evening, Cleary's car was found by Pulaski County deputies near the Galloway exit off of I-40. Sherwood police say that a preliminary investigation found nothing in the car that tells them what happend to Cleary or where she might be.