Search for Michelle Parker continues

Family not giving up

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Orlando, FL - The search for Michelle Parker continued today, nearly two months after her disappearance. Her family says they are not giving up and will be out every Saturday until they find her.

Local 6 reporter, Kala Rama spoke with Parker's mother, Yvonne Stewart.

"We still haven't found her; we are going to keep searching until we find her. We will be at the Jesse Black Saloon every Saturday until we bring her home," she said.

Family and friends will be back at Jesse Black Saloon tracking tips, manning the maps and posting flyers. The group is busy getting Michelle's pictures out in the area.  

"We are keeping this whole area, Lee Vista to Orange Blossom Trail, fliered. This is the last place her cell phone pinged. Somebody has to know something," Stewart said.

The Amway Center also has her picture on the scoreboard.

"The financial situation is keeping water and gas in our trucks, so anyone who wants to buy a T-shirt, they are $10," Stewart said.

Orlando Magic player Dwight Howard signed one of the missing person's shirts to be auctioned for more money.

Parker vanished Nov. 17 after dropping off her 3-year-old twins at the house of her ex-fiancé, Dale Smith. Orlando police have named Smith as a suspect in Parker's disappearance, but he has not been charged with any crime. Parker has custody of the couples' twins.

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