New information into a Kentucky college student, who went missing two years ago, may shed some light into her disappearance.
Molly Dattilo disappeared July 6th, 2004. She was a student at EKU, but was taking summer classes in Indianapolis when she went missing.
Around 11:00 p.m. on the night of Molly's disappearance a call was made from a gas station payphone to one of Molly's friends.
Unfortunately when the friend picked up, the call was disconnected. police now say it was Molly who made that call and the family believes the call was a call for help.
Molly's family is still holding out hope that someone has information about her disappearance. On Wednesday, her family will be on the Maury Show to share Molly's story.
There is still a $100,000 reward for information leading to Molly's location and the arrest of those responsible for her disappearance.
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