Edgemont girl now missing for 5 months in IN

Today marks the five-month anniversary of the disappearance of Lauren Spierer.

Her parents remain in Indiana and are still searching for their 20 year-old daughter.

The Edgemont girl went missing on June 3 after a night of partying at Indiana University.

She was seen leaving Kilroy's sports bar, and then seen on surveillance leaving a friend's apartment around 4 a.m.

Since Lauren's disappearance, people in Westchester have been holding vigils and praying for her safe return. Hundreds of volunteers have also been part of searches in the Bloomington, Ind. area.

The last person to see Lauren alive, her friend Jay Rosenbaum, met with the Spierer family recently. He has adamantly denied any involvement in Lauren's disappearance, and says he wishes for her safe return.

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