MEQUON -- Mequon police are looking for a missing 53-year-old woman.
Jacquelyn Ranallo is a white woman, standing 5'3" tall, and weighing about 150 pounds.
She has brown hair and brown eyes.
Ranallo was reported missing on Saturday, November 21st after she did not show up for a dinner appointment on Saturday night.
She was last heard from on Wednesday.
Police have checked her home, and found her personal items, including her wallet, identification and vehicle there.
Police have also searched an area around her home.
No signs of foul play or self-harm have been located.
Anyone with information that could help police in this case is asked to give them a call.
Tina Carmichael saw officers looking for Ranallo while walking in Mequon on Monday morning.
"It was very out of the ordinary. I see three policemen in the ravine right by where I live -- in the brambles, and in the whatever -- looking," Carmichael said.
Mequon Police Sgt. Matt Pearce says the search for Ranallo began on Saturday evening.
"She failed to show up for a dinner engagement, at which point, a friend became concerned and contacted a relative who went to her house and found out that she was not there, but her vehicle is," Sgt. Pearce said.
Along with Ranallo's vehicle -- everything you'd expect would be with her was found inside her home.
"The things that we all carry now in everyday life -- our cell phone, our wallet, our vehicle -- everything's at the house and she's not," Sgt. Pearce said. "If someone's seen Jackie, or they know where she is, or if they're in contact with her, or maybe if she sees the newscast herself -- just that she would contact us so we can make sure she's OK."
A neighbor tells FOX6 News Ranallo's home on Mequon Road once belonged to Ranallo's mother, and she began caring for the property within the last several months.
Anyone with information as to Ranallo's whereabouts is asked to call police.