“The family’s spread out over the country,” he said, “and no one has heard from her.” That’s including Henry’s mother, Johna Wrzosk of Illinois. “I haven’t heard from her for a couple of months,” she said. “You think once your children are grown, you don’t have to worry about them.” Anyone with information can call (562) 904-2308. [email protected] (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3028160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Bradford, who was was planning Friday to put up signs of his daughter in surrounding neighborhoods, said he last spoke with the police earlier this week. “She used to take off for a day or two when she lived in Alabama,” Bradford said, “but she had friends there. She doesn’t know anyone here.” Family members said Henry has had alcohol problems but were also concerned because she is recovering from cancer surgery and has had other medical problems. “She needs to take medicine, but it’s here in her purse,” Bradford said. Henry’s sister Brenda Romo of Fullerton said she has not seen her older sibling either. DOWNEY – A woman who moved from Alabama in the past six months and is in poor health has been missing for three weeks, relatives said. Bonnie Gail Henry, 44, was last seen Sept. 9 about 8 p.m. leaving the front yard of her father’s home in the 2000 block of Paramount Boulevard. She was wearing white pants and a black top with some type of design. “She left without her purse or her I.D.,” said her father, Hillard Bradford, who filed a missing-person report Sept. 12 with the Downey Police Department. Police confirmed the report has been filed. No additional information was available because the detective in charge of the case was unavailable for comment until Monday, authorities said.