3 months out, still no sign of Lauren Spierer

Three months after the disappearance of 20-year-old Edgemont native Lauren Spierer in Indiana, her parents have not given up hope.

Spierer was last seen on video surveillance leaving a party near the Indiana University campus. Police say the two last people to see her deny they had any involvement in her disappearance, and a recent two-week search of a nearby landfill yielded no new evidence.

Spierer's parents have set up a website, passed out flyers all over the Bloomington, Ind., area and led numerous searches for her.

Her parents say they are still holding out hope that their daughter will be found alive.

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