Last scheduled press conference held in missing student case

Although hope is dwindling that Lauren Spierer will be found alive at this point, police say they are confident they will have some resolution to this case.

Spierer, a college student from Edgemont, vanished in Indiana three weeks ago.

Searches that once had volunteers of almost 1,000 are now down to about 50 volunteers. Police announced that today was their last scheduled press conference until they have a break in the case.

Once again the Spierer family is begging for answers in the disappearance of their daughter. The 20-year-old Edgemont High School graduate vanished near her Indiana University apartment on June 3, after a night of partying with her college friends.

Indiana police have followed up on numerous leads and rumors, but all of them were found to be dead ends.

Right now, police don?t know if she was kidnapped or her disappearance is the result of some sort of accident. There is still a $100,000 reward for any information that leads to her whereabouts.

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