'I'll never stop looking for you.' Mother makes desperate plea to find daughterPosted: Updated:
A Hudson Valley mother is making a desperate plea to help find her missing daughter who vanished without a trace nearly two years ago.
Shaniece Harris was 31 when she disappeared from Sullivan County in May 2017.
Her mother, Elvia Crump, says Harris was last seen at a friend's house in Rock Hill, where a FaceTime phone call was made to her girlfriend just before midnight.
Crump says her daughter's friend told police she left with someone the friend didn't know.
Her car was found abandoned on Southwoods Drive in Monticello, and Crump says she fears foul play.
“I know something is wrong. She didn't not come home because she chose not to. It wasn't her choice,” she says.
As the case seems to run dry, Crump continues to pay for her daughter's cellphone - just in case she tries to call - and holds out hope for her safe return.
"I love you and I'll look for you and I'll never stop looking for you. If you're alive, hang in there because I'll never stop,” says Crump.
A reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest in the case.