Documentary Spotlights Missing Alabama Woman's Story

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PANAMA CITY BEACH - A documentary crew is putting a missing Alabama woman's story under the spotlight. Pam Biggers went missing in Panama City Beach more than six years ago.

Now her family is launching the search for a second time.

Pam Biggers would be 58 years old today. The Hueytown, Alabama, woman disappeared from Panama City Beach more than six years ago. She was helping to remodel a Winn-Dixie store in the area at the time.

"Every question just presents itself with more scenarios and there's never an answer to any of the questions," said Paula Thomas, Biggers' sister.

Biggers was last seen at the La Quinta Inn off Thomas Drive on January 27th, 2008, and officials weren't able to find her.

Now film crews are bringing Biggers' story back into the spotlight with a documentary detailing the latest search efforts.

As part of that, the CUE Center for Missing Persons is re-investigating all leads.

"We know it was done initially when she first got missing, but sometimes when you return to an area, you can be successful if the person is deceased," said Monica Caison of CUE Center for Missing Persons.

CUE crew members looked into tips in Ft. Meade and Miami earlier this week, but found nothing.

"We have not found any clues or anything, which, you know, we're kind of hopeful that she's still out there lost," said Caison.

Family members of Biggers are desperately asking for the public's help for any clues so they can get closure.

"You know, you really have to beg and plead for people to pay attention and to be on the look out because Pam is not going to look like the pictures. I don't think," said Thomas.

Caison from the CUE Center for Missing Persons is working with a forensic artist to show the public how Pam might look today.

That documentary is expected to air this summer.

If you have any information about the case, call the Bay County Sheriff's Office at 747-4700.