WESTFIELD, PA (WENY) -- A community search effort is underway in Tioga County, Pennsylvania. 

More than 50 volunteers have come together at the Westfield Municipal Building to take part in the search for Phyllis Potter — an 84-year-old woman who went missing last week.

Most of the volunteers have left and have been sent to nearby townships to look for her.
People will be looking for her by vehicle, ATVs, and even on foot. Those who are on foot are going door to door, asking people if they’ve seen Potter. They’re also checking for doorbell cameras, to see if anyone captured her on camera.
Potter is a white woman, 5'02" tall, approximately 150 pounds, with graying hair. 
According to search organizers, Potter was last seen roughly sometime on Thursday, July 20th between 6 and 8 p.m. It was last known Potter was heading in the direction of Westfield with a full tank of gas. State police say Potter could be driving a white Subaru Outback with PA registration DKL 1245. 
Potter's daughter-in-law tells WENY News Potter may be a little confused at times, but she has not been diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s. 
Anyone who has any information on Potter’s whereabouts should dial 9-1-1.
Officials on scene want to remind people who may be looking to not touch clues or things that may seem like evidence.
If you happen to come across something that may help locate Phyllis Potter — people are encouraged to call 9-1-1.