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Spierers Staying In Bloomington, Determined To Find Lauren

It’s been a month since Lauren Spierer went missing and today her father Robert made a plea to the families of Lauren’s friends who may have information about her disappearance.

“Help your children find the courage to come forward… help them find their moral compass, they need your guidance and strength to do the right thing,” said Robert.

Charlene Spierer reiterated her pleas for those who have information to come forward, and said she and her husband are just as determined to find their daughter today as they were on June 3, when she went missing.

Police have sifted through 175 items of evidence, more than 1500 tips and 300 hours of video footage, but said they don’t know any more about Lauren’s disappearance now than when she went missing. Christian radio station Spirit 95 organized a prayer service last night for the community and the Spierer family.

“I can tell you that Charlene, Rebecca and I and all of our family back home are eternally grateful to how the people in Bloomington have embraced us, shown us compassion, caring, given us their prayers and good wishes,” said Robert.

Searches based on specific leads will continue through the Bloomington Police Department, even though general searches ended earlier this week.

The Spierers said they plan on staying in Bloomington, and will continue to work with the police department to search for their daughter.

Anonymous tip lines will remain open, as will the FindLauren website and a mailing address:

PO Box 1226
Bloomington, IN 47402-1226

Tip Line: 812-339-4477

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