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Keila Freeman's friends, family to lead search for her Saturday

Keila and Randall Freeman (Source: Family) Keila and Randall Freeman (Source: Family)
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) -

The search is still on for Keila Freeman, who has been missing for days. Family and friends are now offering a $10,000 reward for anyone who can help them find Keila.

Friends of the 29-year-old said there has been more questions than answers in the past few days.

"Were just still hoping and praying and, as a mother, we're just still wishing Keila comes back home,” neighbor Latonya Herman said.

After four days and no sight of Keila, family is planning a search of their own.

Keila disappeared from her home early Tuesday morning. Her husband told police she came home, but never walked inside. Her keys were later found, still in the ignition of her car. Her purse was found inside the home, along with her jeans and debit card, which were on the floor.

Since the incident, her husband Randall Freeman has been arrested for arson in a separate incident.

Herman said family and friends are planning a search party to go around the community and search for clues.

"Don't have a clue, just out of the blue," Corey Nelson said. "I've worked with her."

Nelson said he worked with Freeman as a counselor at a facility for at risk juveniles.

"Her mother is upset. Just a big shock," Nelson said. "I never met him (Randall)."

Nelson said Keila would not just take off and disappear. 

"Very unlikely," he said. "That wouldn't be her character, knowing her family and things of that nature."

The group will meet at 8 a.m. on Saturday in front of Freeman’s home in the 4200 block of Meadow Ridge Cove. They will hold a vigil before taking to the streets. They're hoping for a large turnout to provide as much help as possible.

The Freeman home backs up to other houses. But, if you walk several houses down the street, you can see a wooded area that goes about a mile back.

"We are asking for volunteers, if they could bring any water, Gatorade, healthy snacks, flashlights, gloves. We are asking for as many people as possible to come out to help,” Herman said.

Family members are hoping the $10,000 reward will help.

"We just have one common goal, and that’s to bring Keila home,” Herman said.

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