The search continues for answers into a Tallahassee woman's disappearance. Her family now has the help of a national organization to aid in the search.
With the help of the Klaas Kids Foundation, hundreds of volunteers make their way through roads less traveled in Tallahassee. They're here hoping to find answers in the disappearance of 30-year-old Ali Gilmore.
Gilmore, who was four months pregnant at the time of her disappearance, has not been seen or heard from since February 3. As the search continues, the family waits back at base for any word.
Attallah McLawrence, Ali's sister, says, "Lord, I don't know if I could take the information that they'll bring back. I don't know if I'm ready for that information right now, so I pray, praying for volunteers, praying that we get some answers if it's bad or good, but bring some type of closure to this case."
Brad Dennis with Klass Kids Foundation says, "If nothing does turn up obviously we want to push for people to come forward, someone out there knows what happened to Ali Gilmore, and quite frankly two months is long enough. It's time for them to come forward and let us know what has happened."
Brad says some items, not necessarily connected to the Gilmore case, have been recovered and will be turned over to local law enforcement.
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