MACHESNEY PARK - Today marks two months since Loves Park woman Emily Anderson has gone missing without any sign of her return. The community however is still holding out hope that she will soon be found. Her family says they are hopeful that Emily is still out there and they say no matter how long it takes, they will not give up.
They invited the community to join them for a candlelight ceremony. Dozens of people arrived at the Gordman's parking lot behind the Steak and Shake where she was last seen. Emily's father says while it hurts him to not have Emily, he is grateful for the support they continue to receive.
"It helps us get through the day" said Emily's dad, Tom Dull. "I don't think she realized how many people cared."
Another search for Emily will take place tomorrow at noon at the same Gordman's parking lot in Machesney Park.
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