*Update: Police said on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018 that Sheree Brown has been found safe. They did not release any further details.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Family and police are searching for a KCK woman who hasn't been seen in more than two weeks.
Wednesday night, Sheree Brown's family came to her neighborhood near 7th and Garfield in KCK, passing out flyers, hoping the 62-year-old will be found alive and safe.
Brown's mother tells FOX4 she last spoke with her daughter on Oct. 7, and police said Brown was last seen Oct. 15.
On Monday, Brown's uncle went to her KCK home and found her lights on, her front screen door locked and her inside door opened.
"It's very bizarre. It is. She would never walk out of her home and leave her front door open," said Vicki Jackson, Brown's sister.
Brown, her car, her ID and her cell phone were all gone. What's more, family and neighbors couldn't believe animal control recently found Brown's visibly thin pit bull mix dead outside her home. The dog was chained between a tree and stump.
The family has checked hospitals, shelters and all of Brown's hangouts, but so far not one sign of her. Jackson said they fear the worst but are trying to remain hopeful.
"I'm trying to hold out just hold myself together until we really find out what happened," said Anna Jean Waston, Brown's mother.
The 62-year-old is described as 5-foot-6, weighing 160 pounds with brown eyes and black hair. KCK police said she drives a black, 4-door 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix with the Kansas license plate 024-ELM.
Anyone who sees Brown is asked to call KCK police at 913-573-6053.