ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- Rebecca Ware left for work three months ago and was never heard from again. Her family believes Ware will never be seen alive again.
Tonight, the Ware family held a vigil for the 34-year old St. Johns County woman.
The vigil was held in the Publix parking lot on U.S. 1 South where her car was found a week after she disappeared.
In a parking spot, Ware's family set up a small table with all their favorite pictures.
"She was really a funny person," said Theresa Nolan, Ware's aunt. "She would get together all of us and say 'Let's go out and eat. It is on me!' And we'd get there and she's not paying!"
But Nolan's smile disappeared as she said, "(Rebecca) is not out here. I don't believe that...My prayer is that God will let her body surface."
David Ware, Rebecca's younger brother, said while a person of interest has been named, it is difficult on the family because no one has been arrested in connection to the disappearance.
"To know that my sister is missing is very complicated," he said. "It is just sad we have to be here with pictures and not actually here with my sister."
However, the family has faith in St. Johns County investigators and prays it soon won't have so many unanswered questions.
A $5,000 reward is being offered in the Rebecca Ware case.
If you have any information call crime stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS.
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