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Candlelight vigil scheduled for missing Hardin County woman

Crews continued the search for Williams on Sunday. (Source: Arnold Wyrick, KFVS MMJ) Crews continued the search for Williams on Sunday. (Source: Arnold Wyrick, KFVS MMJ)

A candlelight vigil is scheduled for a woman missing from Hardin County since Dec. 2.

There will be a candlelight vigil on Saturday, Dec. 28 at 6 p.m. on the lawn in front of the courthouse in the Shawneetown square, according to Tami Jackson, Chrisandra "Chrissy" Williams' sister.

No one has seen Chrisandra "Chrissy" Williams since Monday, December 2 when she left a home in Rosiclare.

Her family is now offering a $1,000 reward for information regarding her disappearance.

Multiple crews organized a massive search around the Rosiclare area.

The clues that could lead to Chrissy Williams whereabouts show her never leaving Hardin County the night she disappeared, according to Tammy Jackson, who is determined to find her sibling.

"She has had no cell phone activity no cell phone activity since she went missing," said Jackson.

She also says surveillance video never shows her car leaving the town of Rosiclare on December 2.

According to those she was with earlier that day, her car, a red 2011 Ford Escape, hasn't turned up either and was low on gas.

"She couldn't of gone far," she said.

But the search to find Chrissy has moved into the Ohio River, as search crews scoured the waters to find any trace of Chrissy.

"I know somebody knows, and I want them to come forward and now and bring my sister home," said Jackson.

Search parties in the hundreds have walked every inch of the small town and have gone door-to-door. Yet, there are no new leads.

But family is determined to find her.

"I'm not leaving this area, I know my sister is here, somewhere, and I will find her," she said.

Tami says her sister, a mother of one, was said to be heading to San Diego in a few weeks to see her son graduate from Marine Corps boot camp, another indicator that she wouldn't of just skipped town.

"This is where she was going, and this is where she was last seen," she said.

If you've seen Williams or know where she might be, you're asked to call the Hardin County Sheriff's Office.

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