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NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -
A year and a half after Holly Bobo disappeared from her Parsons, TN, home, hope continues in her search.
Supporters joined volunteers from the Bridge Ministry in Nashville to distribute water bottles across the state with her picture and information about the case.
About 13,000 water bottles with Bobo's picture were brought to the ministry Friday morning.
"We know somebody knows. We've just got to get the right person. So, we've got to find out where she's at, and we believe that she's still alive out there. We've just got to find her," said family friend Tammy White.
Bobo, 20, disappeared in April 2011. Her brother said he saw a man in camouflage leading her away from their home in Decatur County.
"We know that somebody out there will talk to the person that took Holly," White said. "We're hoping this will help us find Holly."
White said supporters will come up with a different tactic next month to keep Bobo's name and face in the public. Previous tactics include digital billboards, large posters for the backs of tractor-trailers and a boot at the Decatur County Fair.
White said family, friends and volunteers search for Bobo every weekend.
There is also a $250,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest.
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