ALBANY, N.Y. - Friends and family of a missing woman, Ashley Carroll, gathered at the missing persons memoriam in Albany Sunday night. Vigil goers showed that their love and hope of finding her is still burning like the candles they lit in her honor.
"You know we just want her home. We just want some closure," said Carroll's Aunt, Patty Dinovo, still mourning the loss.
Carroll was 24-years-old when she went missing on May 6, 2010. She was last seen in the area of Quail and First Street heading to meet her boyfriend.
But now, three years later, her whereabouts is still unknown.
Dozens gathered at a the vigil where there were tears shed among songs, poems and candles.
"I still feel her spirit within me it's like a whisper that you cannot see," said Ashley's sister, Caitlyn Mitchell.
"We search high and low for you by land and by water. We hang onto the precious part of you - your daughter," said Dinovo.
Family prays that Ashley's 4-year-old daughter, Ari, will get to see her mother once again.
Albany detective John Coleman says he believes that someone knows something about Ashley's disappearance, but as of now there are no new leads in the case.
"But we will never give up and the persons that are responsible will pay for what they've done," said Ashley's Uncle.
The family believes that someone may know about what happened to Ashley Carroll and they're asking that if anyone has any information to please call an anonymous tip line at 518-462-8039.