It's been more than a week but the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office has not given up looking for a missing woman along the Klamath River. On the morning of Saturday March 1st, a light blue Toyota Corolla was found off Highway 96 near Skeaham Bar River Access. The deputy who found it had talked to a woman from Portland, Oregon named Grace Sabots the previous day in the same area. The 27-year-old was alone at the time but seemed alright. When he saw her car that Saturday morning and stopped to check on her he found unspecified evidence that she might be injured or in danger. The sheriff’s search and rescue team and a CHP helicopter combed the area that day with no success. The sheriff's office has also used a boat and an underwater camera for the past week but there's still been no sign of her. Another aerial search was done over the weekend, but that was interrupted by the weather. Continual search efforts by volunteers have concentrated on the Klamath River, covering several miles along the riverbank and surrounding area. Sabots is 5-foot-3 and 130 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes. Sheriff Jon Lopey says the conditions are hazardous, but they're not done looking yet.