Holly Bobo's Family Speaks Out on Anniversary of Her Disappearance
It was emotional day for the parents and family of Holly Bobo at Corinth Baptist Church in Darden, as hundreds gathered to pray and remember Holly Bobo.
Bobo's parents thank TBI for their help with the investigation, but they urged anyone with tips to speak.
Friday marks one year since the 21 year old nursing student went missing. For the Bobo family, prayer is key for Holly's safe return.
"Its great when everybody can come together and pray and do what needs to be done to bring Holly home," said supporter Kevin Medlin.
Friday at the Corinth Baptist Church hundreds of supporters and motorcyclists came out to remember Bobo for the Bring Holly Home Ride and prayer vigil .
Holly's mother and father spoke out urging anyone with information about their daughter's disappearance to come forward.
Holly's mother, Karen Bobo said, "It is possible that someone does have a new tip or knowledge extremely important to the case that has not yet been called in for some reason did not reach the TBI tip line."
"We know a year seems long to many of you, but for us holly's family each day seem like eternity with out holly so please call the TBI tip line," said Holly's father, Dana Bobo.
The 21 year old nursing student went missing April 13, 2011 and was last seen being taken by a man dressed in camouflage in to the woods near her home.
Holly's grandmother said she misses Holly coming to visit.
"When she's gone to take a class, she'd come up at lunch time and stay long as she could with me," said Ruby Bobo.
Leaders in the community said with prayer and helping hands, they will bring Holly Bobo home.