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Still no sign of Genesee County woman missing for more than six years

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GENESEE COUNTY, MI (WNEM) -

Rocky Jawhari is at a loss. Her family desperately trying to find out what happened to her sister Randa. She disappeared without a trace six years ago. The forty two-year-old was last seen on Shiawasee Avenue near U.S. 23 in Fenton wearing a long blue bathrobe. Crime stoppers is trying to solve this cold case. All in an effort to get these emotional family members answers.

"Randa was a part of us. She's a piece of us that's missing. And you can learn to live with it every day but you don't feel whole. I just want to know the truth. Whatever it is I just need to know the truth," Jawhari said.

Authorities tell us they are looking for a person of interest. They believe the man depicted in a sketch released to the public holds the key to solving the riddle. Meanwhile Crime Stoppers spokeswoman Julie Lopez believes this billboard located on Court Street near Dort Highway in Flint, can make a difference.

"We have had success with billboards. She used to frequent the east side of Flint. Maybe somebody around there knows what's going on. What happened to Randa."

As for Rocky Jawhari, she tells us every day since February 11, 2009 has been a struggle. Saying her family needs Randa to come home.

"I love you so much. And that day, not only did you leave but you took a big chunk of my heart with you. And if you are out there just know that I love you," Jawhari said.

If you have any information about Jawhari's disappearance Crime Stoppers is offering a $2,500 reward. Just call 1-800-speak-up.

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