JACKSON, MO (KFVS) - The Jacque Waller investigation is about to enter its third week, and still investigators have no concrete evidence as to what happened to the missing wife and mother of three.
Friends, family and co-workers are doing everything they can to keep hope alive.
The latest is a garage sale to benefit the Jacque Waller family fund.
It will be Saturday, July 9, at Calvary United Pentecostal Church in Jackson, and will feature items like clothes and furniture, all donated by supporters.
The money goes to Jacque's three young children.
Meantime, the family continues accepting donations for a reward fund. They are trying to raise at least $20,000.
Jacque Waller was last seen June 1 in the area where her estranged husband Clay Waller lives.
Investigators later found her abandoned vehicle along Interstate 55.
Authorities consider Clay Waller a person of interest, but not a suspect.
Jackson Police Chief James Humphreys says his department is still following leads in the case, and is waiting for evidence to come back that was sent to a crime lab.