The family of Holly Bobo devote every waking moment trying to find her.
Her family, mom and dad, Karen and Dana, and brother Clint spoke to Jackson's WBBJ-TV on Wednesday in their first interview since the disappearance of 20-year-old Holly Bobo on April 13.
Dana and Clint Bobo combed the woods near the family's Darden home looking for any clues that may have been overlooked.
"We do a lot of searching. We get a little sleep," said Holly's dad Dana Bobo.
Clint Bobo said his life has changed drastically since the day his sister was taken from their Decatur County Home. Clint was the last person to see Holly before she disappeared.
"I wear these just because this is my life now," said Clint of the pink bracelets he now wears in memory of Holly. "I'm getting by day-by-day. I'm doing OK."
Police said Clint Bobo saw a man in camouflage lead his sister into the woods near their home.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation continues to release only limited information to protect its investigation.
Tips are called in daily and up to 10 TBI agents are assigned exclusively to the Bobo case at any given time.
"Anyone out there who has any information, please come forward with it," pleaded Clint Bobo.
On Wednesday, the TBI called in investigators from other parts of the state to take a "fresh look" at the case. Investigators said they have very few leads.
Investigators said they have no reason to believe Holly has been taken out of West Tennessee.
Holly's mom Karen broke down when talking about her missing daughter.
"We love you and we miss you so much," said Karen. "We'll never give up until you're back home with us."
Investigators urge folks to stay clear of websites and well-wishers that claim to be helping with the investigation.
There is an $80,000 reward for information leading to Holly Bobo's kidnapper. To report tips, call the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation at 1-800-TBI-FIND or the Decatur County Sheriff's Department.
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