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Family of missing senior still searches a year after disappearance

The daughter of a missing Mid-South senior is buying billboards to beg for help.

"Just need somebody to call now," Laura LaScola, Massa's daughter.

Today LaScola got her first look at one of three billboards along Highway 61. T

omorrow is the one-year anniversary of her mother's disappearance from a Tunica casino. Last December 13th Norma Massa took a bus trip to Fitzgerald's with her retirement home. She was last seen on surveillance video leaving the casino. Massa's daughter is turning to friends and family for comfort during the holidays.

"I was talking to my girlfriend and told her I never put up a Christmas tree without her ever and she was great. She came and she said, 'you've gotta put a tree up,' and made me go get it," said LaScola.

She'll put up the billboards for a month or more, depending on how long her resources last. She has also upped the reward from $10,000 to $50,000. Call 277-3937 if you have an anonymous tip, and you can click here for information on Norma Massa.

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