Holly Bobo Search Continues More Than A Year After Disappearance
DARDEN, Tenn. - Dozens of volunteers donated their time to the new search for Holly Bobo.
Holly Bobo has been missing since April of 2011 from her Decatur County home. Bobo's friend, Jill White, said they will never stop looking for her.
"I don't think there's anyone in our church, in our community especially, in her family and friends that would ever give up on her were gonna keep looking for her until we bring her back home."
The Community United Effort sponsored the K-9 search. The leader of the organization says any piece of information is important at this point.
"It's just eliminating space continuing to eliminate that space we look at each search as successful with the purpose that once we get that road done, we know one more place that Holly isn't," said Founder of Community United Effort Monica Caison.
Holly's family and friends say they have been through so many emotions since her disappearance.
"You get excited when you think about how wonderful it's going to be when she come home, and then you get angry wondering why anyone would ever want to do this because she's just the sweetest person," said White.
Volunteers will continue their search on Sunday.
If you have any information about the disappearance of Holly Bobo call 1-800-TBI-FIND.