Authorities are searching for a 49-year-old school nurse who failed to show up for work at Bak Middle School of the Arts in West Palm Beach.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office is offering up to a $1,000 reward for information about Kimberly Lindsey, who was last seen Sunday.
The Palm Beach Post reports Lindsey gave no indication on Sunday night that anything was wrong. Authorities say she sent her daughter a text message letting her know she'd returned to her home in Palm Beach Gardens after being out of town.
"We believe she's endangered," said sheriff's spokeswoman Teri Barbera. "We're very concerned for her well-being."
School officials reported her missing on Monday and deputies conducted a welfare check at her home. They found her vehicle, and personal items in the home.
Those close to Lindsey say not showing up for work is out of character.
She's been employed with the Palm Beach County Health Care District since November 2012. She has been the school nurse at Bak for two years.
Lindsey has three daughters, ages 20, 18, and 16. She divorced their father, Albert Lambert in February.
Anyone with information about Lindsey is asked to call the sheriff's office at 561 688-3400, or any other law enforcement agency.