LOWER MACUNGIE TWP., Pa. - More than five months after she went missing, police are continuing their search for a missing Lehigh County woman.
Holly Grim was last seen at her home at the Red Acres mobile home park in Lower Macungie Township in November. Police returned to the park this week to talk with neighbors.
"They were talking to everybody. They went to all the mobile homes," said Holly's mother Jeanette. "I guess they are out there looking for more information."
While the past several months have been extremely difficult for Grim's loved ones, they remain hopeful.
"It's hard to get out of bed every morning 'cause you know you have to face it. It's hard to go to sleep at night because your mind just keeps spinning," said Jeanette. "In my heart I know she's still alive and I know she's going to find her way back."
Holly was last seen the morning of November 22.
"About 6:30 she came back from taking her son to the bus stop and I was there probably at about ten of 7 and she was gone," explained Jeanette.
She is confident her daughter did not leave on her own and especially would not leave behind her son.
"I can't imagine what it's like for him. He's 16 years old," said Jeanette.
She added, "I think she'll do whatever she has to to survive so she can find her way back."
Grim's family asks anyone with information to please speak up.
"I just feel like someone has to have seen something," said Jeanette.
Anyone with information about Grim's whereabouts is asked to call the Pennsylvania State Police Fogelsville Barracks at 610-395-1438 or Lehigh Valley Crime Stoppers at 1-800-426-TIPS. You may be eligible for a cash reward.
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