:: Someone knows something. Help us #FindLauren :: *new update* : November 21st
While the past 5 1/2 months have been filled with pain, heartache, and many unanswered questions, our hearts are still filled with hope and love as we approach six months.
It has been far too long for Lauren to be missing; far too long for silence and no answers — however, we are not giving up.
Together, we are still strong. We are still looking for Lauren. We will #FindLauren.
I recently received a tweet from a supporter asking what more we can do to help #FindLauren. My response is simple– keep the hope alive. Whatever you do, do not give up. Every blog post, every tweet… every Facebook “like” and “share,” every poster you hang, every email and link you send to others– YOU are keeping the hope alive. And that is what I ask YOU to do for Lauren.
With the six-month anniversary of the disappearance of Indiana University student Lauren Spierer approaching, Bloomington police issued a written statement, stressing their commitment to providing answers for the missing girl’s family in their ongoing investigation of the case.
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