The Cue Center for Missing Persons hosted a Roadside Rally to bring attention to missing people all over the country.
Families with missing loved ones shared memories and advice with other families about how to go on living without answers.
"It's been five years." said Myrissa Drexel, "it's been way too long. She needs to come home." Drexel's been searching for her sister, Britnee, for five years. She shares her story with other families and encourages them to stay strong.
"Hope is key," said Drexel , "you've got to be strong. Don't ever give up."
Kwanishia Nelson is seeking closure for her daughter. Her daughter's father, Al'Quan Flowers went missing almost three years ago.
"We could just have some kind of answers so we could do a memorial or something for him," said Nelson, "for Makynzie."
Debra Tuberville is still searching for her nephew Eric Lee Franks. She said he went to visit an estranged girlfriend after she told him he had a daughter. He never came home.
Lonnie Jordon's stepson went missing in August 2013 after he was playing basketball with friends. He said his stepson's friends have not been cooperative in answering questions about events leading up to Jordon's disappearance, especially after his car was found burned to the ground.
Searches are planned for the most recent missing Wilmington woman, Shannon Rippey. She disappeared in early April.
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