Nearly a decade after her disappearance, the search for Elizabeth Prescott continues. Prescott went missing from her Callaway home back in 2004.
Since Prescott's disappearance nine years ago, there have been few developments in her case. Tuesday, her parents are passing out fliers hoping someone will get them closer to finding their loved one.
"It means so much to me. I miss her, and I love her. I just want to hear mommy one more time," says Donna Paglaiccetti, Elizabeth Prescott's mother.
The last person to see her was her husband Coy. He told investigators she was home before he left for work, but gone when he came home. Investigators believe she may have walked the nearby Walmart to by her husband a birthday present. Nine years after her disappearance, no sign of the missing woman.
"I need to know what happened, where she went. Somebody knows something. I just wont give up. She was my only daughter, my biological daughter. I wont give up," says Prescott's father, Vincent Paglaiccetti.
Investigators with the Bay County Sheriff's Office continue to work on this cold case. However, there have been few developments.
"We continue to take tips on this information. If we get information on somebody who's been in this area who has committed violent crimes, we look at them try to connect them to it. There's a lot of different things we do," says Lt. Mitch Pitts with the BCSO. "Obviously, it slows down over the years. You don't get as much information, but we still continue to look at it."
The effort, however, has not slowed down. On this ninth anniversary of the day their daughter went missing, Prescott's parents continue the search as if it were day one. They are passing out fliers at the Callaway Walmart and praying for answers.
"I am hoping and I'm praying that someone will eventually come. It's been nine years today. I know that someone knows something. You just don't up and vanish. Someone knows something," says Donna Paglaiccetti
If you have any information regarding Elizabeth's case you are urged to call the Bay County Sheriff's Office at 747-4700 or Crime Stoppers at 785-TIPS.