VERSAILLES, Ohio (WDTN) - It has been a gut-wrenching year for a Versailles family whose loved one went missing a year ago.
The family of Julie Earley, of Trotwood, held a vigil in her honor Tuesday evening.
Earley disappeared a year ago from her Molane Drive home where she lived with her husband. She suffers from diabetes and other medical conditions, so her family knew they had to find her quickly.
"We hoped that she found a friend and left. As the year went on, fear set in. It clearly become more than that," said Kim Willey, Earley's sister.
Willey and her brother fear that she is dead. They are asking for any information that will bring their sister home. The siblings say it is important to them that Earley be buried alongside her parents.
There is a $2,500 reward leading to an arrest in this case.
The family urges anyone who has information about Earley's whereabouts, call the Trotwood Police Department at 228-8380.
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