Families of Missing People Gather to Remember Loved Ones
Published October 9th, 2013
LAKE CITY -- More than a year since the disappearance of Kamrie Mitchell of Lake City, her family on Tuesday participated in a vigil honoring all unsolved missing persons cases around the country.
Mitchell, 24, was last seen by her family back on Aug. 25 of last year. Despite numerous searches, both family members and law enforcement have found no sign of Kamrie's whereabouts.
On Tuesday, Kamrie's family attended a vigil designed to highlight their missing persons case, and the many others just like them.
Although it's been more than a year since she first went missing, Kamrie's mother says the heartache still remains. "She made a big impact on a lot of our lives," said Stefani Mitchell. "It's been really lonely."
Tuesday's vigil was sponsored by the CUE Center for Missing Persons, a non-profit devoted to helping out the families of missing persons.
Lake City was just one stop on CUE's tour across Florida, highlighting the state's many unsolved missing person's cases.
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