NICHOLAS COUNTY, Ky, (WKYT) - Family members last saw 58-year-old Lori Feltz on Monday, Dec. 26. Crews believe Feltz left her home around 9 a.m. that day and walked towards her sister's house on the property. She never made it.
Lately, her sister Tricia Langley has made a habit of keeping the small things close.
"So, she's had these monkeys for 34 years and they just stayed on her bed," Langley said.
Shortly after her disappearance police issued a Golden Alert for Lori Feltz, but it hasn't led to any answers.
"We're devastated. We are holding on to hope."
At first family members thought she had wandered off onto the property. They've spent the last couple of weeks searching it.
"It was exhaustive, thorough with every available resource from 19 counties."
But there still aren't any new leads which has left Tricia thinking that Lori might not have wandered off on her own.
"She's not around here. She's not here, and because she's not here she's got to be somewhere and that's why we believe she's gotten into a vehicle."
Tricia says she knows her sister would want to be home with her family. She says they aren't giving up.
"Everything stops... Everything has stopped."
Kentucky State Police say the Golden Alert for Lori is still active. Her sister says Lori is mentally disabled and takes medicine every day for seizures.
The family is offering a reward for information leading to her safe return.