Missing student's parents hope for new clues as school starts
As investigators continue to search an Indiana landfill for any clues, Lauren Spierer's parents are speaking publicly to the media as the new semester at Indiana University starts soon.
Spierer, an Edgemont native and sophomore at the school, hasn't been seen since June 3, after she disappeared near her apartment after a night out partying with friends.
It's been almost three months since Spierer was last seen, but her parents refuse to give up hope. Robert and Charlene issued a plea to her friends to contact police with any information they may have about their daughter's disappearance. According to school officials, all of Spierer's friends who were with her the night she vanished are registered for the fall semester.
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So far, nothing has been found at the landfill. Spierer's family also plans to circulate new posters on campus when school starts again in about two weeks.