Wednesday marked three months since Sonsaray Warford and Charles Walker disappeared.
While Richmond Police continue to investigate, the couple's family and investigators are getting more discouraged as more time passes.
Warford and Walker were last seen June 29 of this year at their Richmond home.
"They would have contacted us by now," says Amy Burbridge, Walker's aunt.
Their disappearance continues to put the couple's family on edge, as they continue to check regularly with investigators for any updates.
"We just want answers," says Burbridge.
Richmond Police say detectives have interviewed dozens of people and they've exhausted leads.
"If there was some kind of contact, we would've tracked them down, but we don't have anything like that, and the leads are starting to dwindle down." Richmond Police Major Bob Mott
As the days pass, investigators say the future looks dim.
"The longer it goes, the more unlikely there will be a favorable outcome in this," says Mott.
But the families say they will continue to hold onto hope.
"We have to believe they are coming home," says Burbridge.
The family tells me even with the help of organizations like Crime Stoppers, they haven't gotten the leads they were hoping for, so they continue to ask for the public's help.
Richmond Police say the couple's car, a gold 1999 Chrysler 300, also has yet to be located.
Crime Stoppers is still offering a one thousand dollar reward.