Judy Davis of Sacramento flew to Anchorage to look for her son, Senior Airman Clinton Reeves, 24, who has been missing for more than a week.
"Right now, I don't know anything," Davis told the Kansas City Star. She and her son were formerly longtime residents of the Kansas City area.
She told the Star that her son was looking for a used car through Craigslist and Anchorage dealerships. He may have had $4,500 on him when he vanished.
The Anchorage Daily News said Reeves was last seen leaving work at Joint Base Elmendor-Richardson on April 19. He was last heard from April 22.
Police later found Reeves' abandoned rental car. Inside the car, according to a press release on the Anchorage Police website, was Reeves' personal property, paperwork, food and beverages.
Davis told the Daily News that she provided detectives with a list of phone numbers her son had dialed in the days before he disappeared. She planned to post missing persons fliers.
PHOTO CAPTION: Judy Davis, the mother of missing airman Clinton Reeves, puts up posters in the Mountain View area Wednesday. Davis said she is desperate for clues about the disappearance of her only child. BOB HALLINEN / Anchorage Daily News