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Family, Friends Bring Unsolved Case to Public's Attention

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The family is using that milestone to remind people the case is still unsolved. The family is using that milestone to remind people the case is still unsolved.
Jennifer Wix and her then two-year-old daughter Adrianna vanished without a trace five years ago this month. Jennifer Wix and her then two-year-old daughter Adrianna vanished without a trace five years ago this month.

NASHVILLE, Tenn.- One family is striving for clues and closure. Jennifer Wix and her then two-year-old daughter Adrianna vanished without a trace five years ago this month. The family is using that milestone to remind people the case is still unsolved.

In five years, broken hearts have healed some, babies have grown to children, and teenagers have turned into young adults, but two faces in this close-knit community remain frozen in time.

"They're missing and presumed dead," said Kathy Holloway, Jennifer Wix's Mother and Adrianna Wix's Grandmother. 

Un-changed in the eyes of those who love them, Jennifer Wix and her daughter seemed to vanish into thin air on March 25th 2004. Nearly five years later, the family is letting go of the notion the two are missing by their own will.

"Jennifer had no reason whatsoever to go anywhere -- away from the people who love her," said Holloway.

The case will never turn cold if the family has its way.

"I keep spreading the fliers around. I keep trying to spread it as far across the world as I can get it because, you never know," said Holloway.

The family still has hope that someone knows something about their missing family members.

"We really need somebody to come forth and tell us what they know ... we live every day," Peggy Calvert, Jennifer Wix's Grandmother and Adrianna Wix's Great Grandmother.

Loved ones believe investigators are turning every stone, so they are turning it over to a higher power and summoning for help.

"Detective Bennett is doing everything in his power to work the case," said Holloway.

Kathy Holloway said she still stops and studies anyone who remotely resembles her missing daughter. Adrianna would be 7-years old.

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