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Family Of Holly Bobo Speaks Out

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DECATUR COUNTY, Tenn. - It's been 10 weeks since nursing student Holly Bobo disappeared. And now, her family is speaking out.

"I'm getting by, day by day. Doing ok," said her brother Clint Bobo in an exclusive interview with WBBJ in Jackson.

Clint Bobo last saw his sister being led into the woods near their Decatur County home by a man wearing camouflage. She hasn't been seen since.

Since then, officers from dozens of agencies have combed the area.

The TBI continues to release only limited information about their findings. The reason is to protect the investigation that continues to evolve.

The TBI said tips still come in daily, but so far, nothing has panned out.

Volunteer searches have stopped, but Holly's brother, and her parents, Dana and Karen, have not stopped searching, and said they aren't giving up hope.

"We get a little sleep. We do a lot of searching. We get a little sleep," her father Dana said.

The Bobo's and investigators alike believe there are people who know who took Holly.

"Anyone out there who has any information, no matter how small you think it is, please, come forward with it and turn that into authorities," Clint said.

Investigators said they have no reason to believe Holly has been taken out of west Tennessee, which gives Karen hope that her daughter can hear her now.

"We love you and we miss you so much. We'll never give up until you're back home with us," her mother Karen Bobo added.

There is an $85,000 reward for information leading to Holly Bobo's location and the arrest of her abductor.

Anyone with information is asked to call the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.

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