CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY, MO (KFVS) - Six days into her disappearance, police say they have no new information about the possible whereabouts of Jacque Waller.
Meanwhile, Heartland News expected to hear from her estranged husband, Clay Waller. He expressed his interested to an interview Monday, but Tuesday did not answer his phone.
According to Lt. David James with the Cape Girardeau/Bollinger County Major Case Squad, Clay Waller has not given police any additional information after telling them Jacque walked off last Wednesday afternoon after they got into a fight.
Investigators call Clay Waller a person of interest in the case because he is the last person to report seeing her before she vanished.
Meanwhile, over the telephone Monday, Clay Waller told Heartland News he is cooperating with police.
Tuesday, investigators say they have not turned up any new evidence, and they still need your help.
They need to hear from anyone who might have information about Jacque. They are especially looking for information on where she, Clay Waller, and their vehicles were in the hours after 4 p.m. last Wednesday, June 1.
Also Tuesday, friends who went to high school with Jacque in Farmington call on people who live in southeast Missouri and travel on Interstate 55 to reach out to police if they have information.
"Thousands of people travel on 55," said Laurie Black, who went to high school with Jacque. "We are praying for the family and asking anyone who has information to come forward. He friends and family need to know what happened."
Investigators say they suspect foul play in the case, and friends do as well.
"We do think something isn't right," said Kelly Tatum-Cox. "If someone did something to her we need to know what happened and we want that person to be prosecuted."
Friends who now live in the Cape Girardeau area, like Bob Sherrill, are also calling on people who live in the communities of Cape and Jackson to try and remember if they saw Jacque Waller, Clay Waller, or their vehicles in the afternoon of June 1.
"I have severe concern," said Bob Sherrill. "I think everybody in this community should get involved and educate themselves about this case. This doesn't happen here. If this was your family you would want somebody to step up."
Meanwhile, friends in Farmington plan to hold a vigil this Thursday, June 9 on the Farmington High School Campus. It starts at 6:30 p.m.