A cash reward up to $2,500 is being offered to track down a woman last seen in 2009.
Elizabeth Land was last seen on Feb. 26, 2009 with a friend, heading to a bar at Chevrolet and Flushing Roads in Flint. But she never made it there, or back home.
She was wearing a pink, short-sleeve shirt, blue jeans, and a light blue jacket.
She is 5’3”, 140 pounds, has red hair, and brown eyes.
"She has a family that loves and misses her very much and just the smallest clue or answer would really help us," said Katherine Scarcella, Land's daughter.
Scarcella is pleading for answers after the decade-long disappearance of her mother remains unsolved.
"It's really hard not to know what happened, if she's dead or alive. You never know, she could be alive. She could come to our doorstep," Scarcella said.
Scarcella was just 10-years-old when her mother went missing.
"It's a big question mark hanging over my life. And to have answers, to know what happened probably would make it a lot better," Scarcella said.
She said her mom was planning to change her life around right before her disappearance.
"She was going towards the right direction and then this happened. So who knows what she could've been like," Scarcella said.
Now at the age of 21, her mom has missed a lot.
"I've graduated from high school, I got married, I have a beautiful daughter. She became a grandma and she doesn't know if she is alive or not. That's just a really sucky thing," Scarcella said.
Despite the long disappearance and no new leads from police, the family is keeping hope and still waiting for answers.
"We still have hope that someone will come forward with some answers for us. I've got three brothers. She left behind a family," Scarcella said.
If you have any information on her whereabouts, call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 10800-422-JAIL. Or use the P3 Mobile App.