WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - It has been two weeks since anyone has heard from 30-year-old Ebonee Spears.
The search for the Wilmington mother, however, is far from over.
Monica Caison says she has handed out fliers nearly every day since Ebonee Spears disappeared.
Caison is the founder of the CUE Center for Missing Persons in Wilmington and says Ebonee's family contacted her for help soon after she vanished Jan. 15.
Ebonee's mother told WECT last week, she believes her daughter is being held against her will.
Ebonee, who is a mother of a 13-year-old, was last seen outside her apartment in the Pointe at Taylor Homes Estate complex along Nixon Street. Both her car and wallet were left behind.
Caison is now distributing the information to those who don't speak English and has printed new fliers in Spanish.
"No one has really spoken to them, saying have you seen anything," said Caison. "So they might not even realize what's going on. And they're out on the streets, they're working in this area and they're getting picked up in large groups, so we need to really target that."
She's also targeting thousands across the country, including an organization in Virginia called Help Save The Next Girl. It posted a flier on its Facebook page.
All helpful efforts – but efforts that still have not brought Ebonee home.
"I always look for miracles," Caison said. "I'm hoping that maybe she just lost her way."
A spokesman with Help Save the Next Girl says they've been in contact with Ebonee's family and offered to come to Wilmington to help.