Police continue to search for a woman who they say was murdered, but there's still no body.
Three people have already been charged in the alleged crime and family members say they just want to be able to grieve.
It's been nearly a week and still no one can find Brandy Rowe.
Her cousins say that without the answers it's impossible to say goodbye.
"All we know is what we've been told and that's very little," Paul Marshall said.
She's a victim without a crime scene.
Police have already charged three people in connection with Rowe's alleged murder, even without finding her body.
Don Reed is charged with murder and Paul D. "Spanky" Arnett and Linda Risner Arnett are charged with facilitation to commit murder and tampering with evidence.
As officials continue to search, family members are desperately hoping that someone will give them a clue.
"They don't have to give any names or anything, and any information would be greatly appreciated," Magoffin County Sheriff Bob Jordan said.
Police are inching closer with the help of a witness, they say they've zeroed in on a strip mine along the Magoffin and Breathitt County line.
"We found substantial evidence. blood stains, other items that we believe is going to come back to our victim," Sheriif Jordan said.
Police also continue to search for the car Rowe was last seen in and they suspect it was burned.
"We found pieces and numbers where the vehicle was not there, it has been moved since it has been burned," Sheriff Jordan said.
Rowe's family joined the search efforts Thursday, and say they're doing whatever they can, to bring Brandy's body home.
"Just how beautiful she was, we'll never give up searching for her," Marshall said.
Magoffin County Sheriff Bob Jordan says he feels confident that they will find Brandy Rowe's body within the next 24 hours.