The official search for 64 year old Dianna Henry is now suspended. Kentucky State Police made the announcement Friday after they say they consulted with the Henderson County woman's family. The search for the Alzheimer's sufferer began early Wednesday after her husband reported her missing from their home late Tuesday. According to Henderson Emergency Management Director Larry Koerber, they are still bringing in trained search dogs from Illinois sometime Saturday. The dogs will search areas about a half a mile away from Henry's residence in Corydon. Henry is described as a white woman with grey and brown shoulder-length hair and hazel eyes. She stands about 5'4" and weighs around 110 pounds. She was last seen wearing jeans and a white t-shirt. Previously reported 5/29: Still no sign of Dianna Henry. Henry is the 64 year old Henderson County woman who was reported missing Tuesday night. Family members say she is suffering from dementia. The Ohio Valley Search and Rescue has taken over the operation, which is focusing on southern Henderson county. Police are advising people who live in the area to check their property to see if Henry may be there.