Family and friends of a missing 22-year-old Wausau woman aren't giving up hope in the search for her.
Stephanie Low was last heard from on Sunday.
"Until she's found I'm going to keep doing it," says George Low, Stephanie's father.
George Low has been combing the waters of the Wisconsin River in search of his daughter.
He says, "Clues, I mean something, I'm looking for my daughter."
Stephanie's brother says he last heard from his sister early Sunday morning, when she frantically called him, asking him to come over to her Thomas Street apartment.
When his girlfriend and others went to the apartment, they say she was gone.
Do you think she's still alive? "I don't want to say one way or another but I'm obviously out here looking for a reason, he says.
Family and friends have made posters and T-shirts to help bring awareness of her disappearance.
"If she's out there and somebody knows where she is, they just need to come forward, there's a lot of people who want to know what happened to Stephanie," George says, "If people are out there, and people are out there everyday, there's people out jogging, these are the people I want to see this because maybe when there out there they won't overlook something they think is fishy."
And while there haven't been any new developments since her disappearance, family and friends are holding out hope.
"If she was to walk in the picture today, I'd be the happiest man alive," says George.
If you know any information on Stephanie Low's whereabouts, please call the Wausau Police Department at the number on your scree.