Searchers continue to comb parts of Tallahassee for missing pregnant woman Ali Gilmore.
Saturday, volunteers headed out to a portion of the Apalachicola National Forest.
The hot weather certainly didn't help searchers any. It's been nearly four months since anyone has seen or heard from Ali Gilmore and despite the weather volunteers plan to keep searching until they find answers.
Dressed to battle the elements, volunteers spent the morning combing the woods of the Apalachicola National Forest near Bloxham Cutoff in Wakulla County.
They're looking for any clues that could help answer questions into her disappearance.
Pat Simmons with the Southeast K-9 Search and Rescue says, "We're not real clear what to look for except that we look for anything out of the ordinary out here."
Although the day's search didn't bring out as many volunteers as past searches, the men and women say they can't give up.
Like in past searches, if the volunteers find anything that could help in the Gilmore investigation it will be turned over to the proper authorities.
Some of the volunteers say it was their first time aiding in the search for Ali Gilmore.
There is a Web site if you're interested in volunteering, www.whereisaligilmore.com.
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