My name is Tony Lee and I am one of the rare few who does know what you are going thru, our daughter Kenia Monge went missing on April 1, 2011 a few day's before Holly went missing, she was found 5 months and 7 days later, she had been murdered, what we are going thru is something that will never have closure and time will never heal the wounds we live with, I pray you get thru this next chapter in one piece, we have used this unique experience we have to help other families ...who have a loved one who is missing, it is what keeps us sane, and the shame is there is always a call to us that another person is missing, most are found but during that time they are missing, well you know what they are going thru, if there is ever a time you would like to contact us please do, you take care and GOD BLESS YOU, YOUR FAMILY AND THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE WALKED THIS PATH WITH YOU.
The mere possibility of a connection, though, is added worry for a town desperately wanting to help and waiting for a reason to celebrate.
Not knowing is just so frightening," said Autry.
The reward stands at $75,000 for information leading to Bobo's safe return and the arrest and conviction of the abductor.
If you can help investigators, call 1-800-TBI-FIND
Still, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation put off volunteer searches until there's credible evidence pointing them to a specific area.
On Thursday, Channel 4 news revealed exclusively that the TBI will examine the cases of four women, abducted or killed in the surrounding area, as part of the Bobo investigation. The cases date back 30 years.
About 2 1/2 weeks later, the command center is now closed. The volunteer search effort is temporarily suspended -- another layer of frustration for many in the weary community.
"We're just disappointed," said volunteer searcher Billy Craft. "We should be out there. We should be doing something. … I think she's still alive; that's my gut feeling
For days, volunteers searched. They turned up two clues: a lunchbox and an item investigators won't identify.
Besides that, though, there's still no sign of the woman.
"It's a close-knit town and she's just, like, our own child," said Autry. "Her mother taught two of my children in school, so, and then I went to school with her dad, so, you know, it's just like a big family