Authorities are still searching for a Clark County woman who was reported missing at the beginning of October.

It’s been six weeks since 27-year-old Cassandra Ayon was last seen by any of her friends or family.

Her younger sister said each passing day becomes more and more difficult with no answers on what happened to the sister she describes as funny and easy to get along with.

Ayon was last seen in the early morning hours of Oct. 3 and was reported missing the next day.

She was last seen leaving a friends house in Unity.

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office, along with the Marathon County Sheriff’s Office, is investigating the case.

“Any information on her whereabouts, please contact us. No matter how insignificant they may think their tip is, please call us and let us take a look at that tip and follow up on it,” said Cpt. Kerry Kirn with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.

Kirn said the sheriff’s office has been investigating all leads, and wants people to look out for Ayon’s 2015 black Chevy Impala with Wisconsin plates AHZ-2509.

At many local business in Loyal, missing posters are hanging from the window.

“We always remain hopeful that we will locate her,” added Kirn.

Anyone with information that could lead to Ayon’s whereabouts is encouraged to call the Clark County Sheriff’s Office at 715-743-3157 or the sheriff’s office tip line at 888-847-2576.