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This is a representational image showing members of the Sheriff's Department in Tucson, Arizona, Jan. 9, 2011. Getty Images/Kevin C. Cox

A high school teacher in Arizona went missing last week and the search for her continues, officials said. Local police said Elizabeth Breck, 46, was last seen Sunday afternoon near a rural crossroad in Catalina.

Her last location is around 23 miles away from where she taught at Tucson High Magnet School, the Arizona Daily Star reported. Authorities said they are worried about Breck’s well-being. The blond-haired teacher was wearing a gray skirt and top, the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office said.

She is 5-foot-4, 123 pounds and has green eyes. Police circulated her photo and said they are investigating her disappearance.

According to Karla Escamilla, a spokesperson with the Tucson Unified School District, the school is providing support and counseling services to staff and students.

Despite the search going on for days, there is currently no information about the whereabouts of Elizabeth Breck.

Anyone with information can call authorities at 520-866-5111.

The family of Breck has set up a GoFundMe page to hire a private investigator.

In another incident in Arizona, the family of an elderly man who went missing in 2010 got closure recently after his remains were finally found. Hugh Turner went missing from his Mesa, Arizona home on Christmas Eve nearly a decade ago and his family in Calgary desperately searched for him.

Turner went out for an afternoon walk but never returned. However, it was only now that his bones and pieces of clothing were found. His remains were discovered by a hiker who was exploring a remote mountainous area on sacred Native land.

The cause of his death remains unknown.

“We are used to finding people so when we have a case where we don’t, it’s troubling on our side,” Detective Steve Berry said.