CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) - The CUE Center for Missing Persons led a search Saturday for clues surrounding the disappearance of Jacque Waller.
There more than 60 searchers showed up to help, along with family and friends. There were also K9 units, horses and ATVs used for searching.
They planned on covering about 120 acres, searching in the Fruitland area near Cape County Park South and the Snake Hill area in Cape Girardeau.
Law enforcement asked CUE to search in specific locations.
Crews came from as far away as St. Louis and Poplar Bluff.
They also brought cadaver dogs to help with the search efforts.
Some of Jacque Waller's family came out to either help, or thank those who refuse to give up.
"Overwhelming that the support and love that people continue to show us, it doesn't waiver. Just unbelievable supporters," said Jacque's sister, Cheryl Brenneke.
Friday, investigators wrapped up their search along Interstate 55 for "items" associated with Jacque Waller. Several pieces of evidence were collected.
Jacque Waller went missing on June 1, 2011