Even though nine years are passed in the then 19 year old went missing, Elizabeth Prescott's parents, it's just like it was yesterday.
"It's like day one. It's like the first day she disappeared, we are still where we started from. It's like she fell off the face of the earth, and that just doesn't happen," says her father Vincent Paglaicceti.
Elizabeth Prescott was last seen at her unit in the Abalone Apartment, in the 500 block of Tyndall Parkway. He husband saw her before he left for work at 5:30 that morning. Prescott was supposedly headed to the Callaway Walmart, where she also worked, to buy items for her husband's birthday. She had her purse and wallet. No one's seen her since.
"I would really just like to have her wrap her arms around me one more time, just let me feel it, I am sorry. It means so much to me, i miss her, and I love her," says her step mother Elizabeth Prescott.
Elizabeth's parents are using the anniversary of her disappearance, hoping to generate some new leads.
"Without everybody's help, I wouldn't be able to do this. Between the you guys, the news keeping in touch, Crime Stoppers, the community, we are doing everything we can. It's just that we are waiting on that little piece to move on. We are at a stalemate, and we are waiting for someone to say something," says Vincent.
Crime Stoppers is offering a $1000 reward for information that leads to an arrest in this case.