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Over the past decade, her disappearance has continued to make headlines.
Eastern Kentucky University student Molly Datillo was last heard from in July of 2004 when she called a friend from a gas station in Indiana where she was taking summer classes.
It’s been nearly 10 years since the 23-year-old EKU student went missing without a trace.
Now, a decade later, her family is still searching for an answer to one question-- what happened to Molly Dattilo on the night of July 6th, 2004?
Back in 2011, we spoke with Molly's cousin Keri about the frustration Molly's family has faced since her disappearance.
"Nobody really understands what a family goes through when someone goes missing until it happens to you. My family has been living a nightmare and trying to move on with the situation and trying to find some sort of peace," Keri Dattilo said.
Molly’s body has never been found and no one has ever been charged with a crime.
As the ten year anniversary of her disappearance approaches, her family is still making strides to find her.
On May 8th at 8:30 p.m. ET, Molly's family will participate in a live broadcast set to stream on "Spreecast" in an attempt to get the word out nationwide that this family needs answers.
“You just never give up hope, and you hope one day, you will receive that phone call.”
The broadcast is titled, "Unsolved: Where is Molly Datillo?" and will be conducted by television/radio host Jon Leiberman.
You can listen to the broadcast at Spreecast.com