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Vigil held four months after Holly Bobo's disappearance

(WMC-TV) - It has been four months since nursing student Holly Bobo went missing and a massive search began.

A vigil was held Saturday at the Decatur County Fairgrounds on the four-month anniversary of Bobo's disappearance.

"We miss you so much and we won't give up until we find you," said her mother, Karen Bobo.

A concert at Hard Rock Cafe in Nashville Saturday also raised money for new flyers and other items being used to keep everyone thinking about the 20-year-old nursing student.

"We want the world to know that the hope for finding Holly burns brightly in Decatur County," said her pastor, Don Franks.

Authorities still do not know what happened to Holly Bobo, who disappeared April 13.  Family members said she was supposed to be on her way to school but never made it.

Her brother, Clint Bobo was at home when his sister disappeared.  He said he last saw Holly Bobo as she was being led into the woods by a man dressed in camouflage.

Holly Bobo's parents and many others have searched daily, but there are still no signs of her.

Meanwhile, friends and relatives keep praying and searching for signs of Holly Bobo.  Flyers concerning the disappearance have been updated with new pictures.

The family even asked President Barack Obama for help on the Today Show.

"Just ask everybody to keep praying for Holly and that we get her back home safe," said Karen Bobo.

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