Holly Bobo, Now 22
Credit: Family Handout
Nursing student Holly Bobo has been missing since April 13, 2011, when a man in camouflage allegedly marched her into the woods near her home in rural Decatur County, about three hours from Nashville, Tenn.
Her brother Clint saw her go into the woods but mistakenly believed the man was her boyfriend. Police launched new searches last summer but have no suspects in her disappearance.
Thurstle Mullen, a Memphis nurse, and his wife told the Jackson Sun on Jan. 13, 2013, that he is offering a $100,000 reward for Bobo's abductor to turn himself in. He said he got permission from Bobo's family to post the reward.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation told ABC News Jan. 29, 2013, that the reward was up to $180,000.
Bobo has blond hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a pink shirt and light-blue jeans. She would be 22.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation still considers Bobo's case open. It is asking anyone who might have any information about the case to please call the TBI Tips Hotline: (800) 824-3463.