Hundreds continue to raise awareness for Holly Bobo
Holly Bobo, 20, was reported missing in April after she was seen being led away from her family's home in Parsons.
PARSONS, Tenn. – More than 150 motorcyclists and neighbors gathered Saturday morning to help raise awareness about the disappearance of Holly Bobo.
The 20-year-old nursing student was last seen being led away from her family's home in rural Decatur County more than two months ago.
"It's done something to the community. It's took away our trust. Someone has come in here and took one of ours and they took away our trust," family friend and volunteer Tammy White told Nashville's News 2, adding, "Law enforcement can do so much, neighbors can do so much, but God can do anything.
Bobo's church pastor, Don Franks, added, "Our faith has been tried, but it's still strong. We still have the faith to believe that we are going to find her and we're going to bring her back home."
Since Bobo's disappearance, residents of the tight knit community of Parsons have been seen wearing pink ribbons, armbands, buttons and shirts in support of her family.
"To all the people who participated in this event for Holly today, I would like to say thank you, not just today but since the very first day Holly came up missing," Bobo's mother, Karen, said. "I want to thank everybody, not just our state, but across the United States and even the world for everything that you are doing to help us bring Holly home safely."
In addition to the motorcycle run Saturday, volunteers joined Bobo's father and brother as they searched a nearby wooded area for any signs of the missing woman.
Bobo is five feet, three inches tall and weighs around 110 pounds.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts is urged to contact the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.