The family of a woman missing since November of 2015 is still searching and praying for answers.
Peggy McGuire was last seen dropping her son off at school two and a half years ago, and hasn’t been heard from since. There have been few clues in the investigation.
McGuire’s mother, Betty Davis, said she continues to hold out hope that her daughter’s body can be found. The family has a $150,000 reward for any information that leads to McGuire.
Davis said McGuire would never leave her family, her son, or her life, and she doesn’t think her daughter is still alive.
FOX23 reported last week when a woman’s body was found about 10 minutes from Eufaula, in a place McGuire’s family heard rumors that her body might be. The body did not belong to McGuire. Davis said each time a body turns up, it stirs up emotions and hope, making it that much harder for her to cope.
The family continues to ask anyone with information to come forward. Davis said she will continue searching and fighting for McGuire until she takes her last breath.
- Young boy stops traffic to help elderly stranger up the stairs
- Trump signs 'right to try' drug law for terminally ill patients
- Army Strong: Fallen hero's division shows little girl she, her father will never be forgotten
- Copperhead snake bites 6-year-old boy on family trip
- Sign up for free FOX23 Newsletters for stories sent to your inbox
Cox Media Group