It's been two months since anyone has seen 19-year-old Adrienne Salinas. The Tempe woman disappeared after leaving a party. She was headed to her boyfriend's house, ran into trouble, called a cab and vanished. Those closest to Adrienne are not giving up hope on finding her.
The FBI is on the hunt for the young woman -- and her family continues to ask the public for any help in locating their loved one.
"There's still a beautiful young lady that is missing.. that someone would come forward and give us more information," said Adrienne's father, Rick Salinas.
Rick gave up his day job to work full time to find his daughter.
"It's a living nightmare.. part of your life.. missing," he said.
"I know she loved life and was joyful all the time," said Adrienne's aunt, Dalia Job. "She just loved life, so it's really hard for her not to be here."
Every few weeks, family and friends gather for vigils to pass out flyers to keep the word out about their loved one, but the meetings are getting smaller. One month ago, several dozen people showed up. Just a handful were there on Saturday.
"We don't want it to just die out and everybody forget because we are not going to forget. We are not going to forget," said Dalia.
Rick waits for more people to show up and pass out flyers to keep his daughter's face alive in the minds of all.
"I'm just torn apart. My heart's broken. I got to do this to keep the story alive so people know it's still unsolved."
There is a $10,000 reward for information leading to Adrienne's whereabouts.
If you have any information about this case, call Silent Witness at (480) WITNESS or the Tempe Police at (480) 966-6211.
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