BALTIMORE (WJZ) -- Still missing. A woman vanishes off the streets in Baltimore. It's two months later, and the search for Terril Lehman continues with growing support.
Marcus Washington has more on what's being done to spread the word of her disappearance.
Terril's parents were in town from Florida helping to get the word out that their daughter is still missing two months after she was last seen. They took their search to the street.
Armed with just signs, dozens of volunteers and the Guardian Angels in Red carried a message to drivers or anyone who could see: Terril Lehman is still missing.
"It's like she fell off in a black hole somewhere and nobody knows, has seen them," said Laurence Lehman, father.
Terril's parents were in from Florida helping with the search. They say Terril, 41, was last seen December 3 in the 1000-block of Ralworth Road--possibly with her boyfriend, who is also missing.
"We need help. Our daughter is missing and we haven't heard from her in a long time," said Jeanne Lehman, mother.
As for any leads--nothing.
At the corner of 21st Street and Maryland Avenue, they held signs saying "Honk for Missing Persons," raising awareness in hopes that someone will know something and alert police.
"We really want to find her and take her home," her father said.
With each car passing by, family and police know that time is not on their side. They all hope to put the more than two months of worry to rest.
Lehman's parents say that she and her boyfriend often used public transportation here in Baltimore.
If you have any information about Lehman, you are asked to contact police.
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