It's been more than a year since Holly Bobo vanished from her home in Decatur County.
Now volunteers hope a new search can finally reveal clues surrounding the nursing student's disappearance.
The Community United Effort are organizing a search in neighboring Henderson County.
The CUE, an organization based in North Carolina, has been planning the search for over a month, and is expecting over 200 volunteers to help with the efforts this morning.
Holly Bobo has been missing since April 2011. She was last seen by her brother, who told police he saw a man dressed in camouflage leading her into the woods behind her home in Parsons.
Despite several search efforts and a $250,000 reward, law enforcement officials say progress in the investigation has been slow, and has provided few leads.
Law enforcement officials are still asking anyone with information about Holly's disappearance to call the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
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