Police are continuing the search for an Astoria woman who has been missing for more than a month.

In an effort to refresh potential witnesses’ memories, the Astoria Police Department is setting up an informational checkpoint near Astoria High School from noon to 2 p.m. Friday – roughly the same time and same day of the week Lois “Sue” White disappeared more than a month ago.

Police and Community Emergency Response Team members will be passing out flyers and seeking information.

White was reported missing from her home Tuesday, July 26. She went for a walk Friday, July 22 and hasn’t been seen since.

Police received several tips and reports over the past weeks, but none of them have led anywhere yet, investigators say.

White lives in the 1200 block of West Marine Drive in Astoria and was last seen wearing a blue shirt, sweatpants and possibly a green coat. She is 5 feet, 6 inches, wears prescription eyeglasses, has a medium to thin build, blue eyes and dark brown and gray shoulder-length hair.

A photo released of her (the only fairly recent one police have been able to track down) is old. White is thinner now and has a different hairstyle, her husband Ronald White said.

White is considered “at-risk” because she has medical needs that require daily attention.

If you have seen White or have information you think could help the investigation, contact Detective Andrew Randall at the Astoria Police Department, (503) 298-2547, or arandall@astoria.or.us