Family, friends set their search for Jacque Waller northward

STE. GENEVIEVE, MO (KFVS) - Sunday, a private search group of family and friends moved their search for Jacque Waller north.  Several dozen people met at the Ste. Genevieve exit with a plan to search from there towards the south.

"He car was found in the north bound lane of the interstate," said her brother, Rob Rawson. "She could be north."

Jacque Waller vanished on June 1. She was last seen in Jackson that Wednesday around 4 p.m. by her estranged husband Clay Waller. Police call Clay Waller a person of interest, but not a suspect.

"We just want to bring her home," said Nancy Rawson, Jacque's Sister-in-Law.

According to Jackson Police Chief James Humphreys, authorities searched in Illinois in areas near the Mississippi River on Saturday.  Humphreys tells Heartland News their search did not turn up anything significant.

"We'll keep looking until we find her," said Rob Rawson.  "We've got to find some closure. If you think you know something it may be nothing to you, but could be something to police.  Tell them what you know."

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