It's been three months since Lauren Spierer was last seen leaving a Bloomington, Indiana, sports bar with a male companion caught on the surveillance camera. Her keys was found but until now everyone has no idea where is she.
Her mother Charlene Spierer wrote a letter to the person responsible for her daughter disappearance. She expressed how's the family missed her and the heartache they feel.
"If you think for a minute her father and I are going to disappear, think again," Charlene Spierer writes in the letter, written on the three-month anniversary of Lauren Spierer's disappearance and released Saturday on the family's "Find Lauren" web site.
Emotional mother says they will never giving up until they found her. Lauren is very special to them, from the day she was reportedly missing her mother feel physically sick. Mrs. Spierer tried calling hospitals hoping for a miracle that one of them admitted her.
"We are just as determined today as we were day one. You should know that Lauren is precious to us. ... We are in this for the long haul. Do you think we are going to walk away without finding out the answers? Do you think we are going to rest until we find Lauren? We will not. You have no idea who you have taken from us. We will never give up."
Talking to the person repsonsible for her daughter disappearance on a letter, she's thankful for the people who are there and never leave them in time of heartaches and agony.
"Much has happened over the past three months," she wrote. "I won't bore you with the details, if you've even gotten this far in reading this letter. I will say we have had the support and guidance of a multitude of people which has helped keep us going. For that generosity, we will be forever grateful."