Volunteers hold organized search for Jacque Waller - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

Volunteers hold organized search for Jacque Waller

Dozens of searchers brought out four-wheelers and search dogs on Saturday. Dozens of searchers brought out four-wheelers and search dogs on Saturday.
CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY, MO (KFVS) -

It's been nearly a year since Jacque Waller disappeared.  Saturday, there was another big search held in Cape Girardeau County, specifically in the Jackson area.

It's the first organized search since her estranged husband Clay Waller was charged with first degree murder in connection with Jacque's disappearance.

Dozens of searchers brought out four-wheelers and search dogs on Saturday.

And, volunteers remain relentless.

"There's always things that are left open, and we've got to keep going," said Bonnie Myers of Farmington. "We need closure for the family. We are friends of the family.  We went to school with Jacque. We just need to find her."

You can find more about the Jacque Waller case dating back to June of last year at kfvs12.com.

There is also information about the upcoming Jacque Waller 5k Run/Walk, which will benefit Waller's six year old triplets.

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