Family, Friends Of Missing Wilson Teen Host Balloon Launch
OKLAHOMA CITY - It's been almost five months since Wilson teen, Molly Miller, disappeared. Her family believes she was murdered.
No one has been arrested, but those dedicated to finding Miller held a balloon launch Monday to keep her case in the spotlight.
At 2 p.m. Monday, members of the Facebook group "Operation Find Molly Miller" launched purple balloons into the Oklahoma Sky from Stars and Stripes Park on Lake Hefner. That launch was one of several across the state and country. Family and friends of Molly all participated. But so did perfect strangers.
"I want justice for Molly and the family," said Allegra Chase, who organized the Oklahoma City launch even though she never met Miller. "I have kids that are her age and it just scares me to death if any of them came up missing at any point in time, I would want as much help as we are giving them."
Miller disappeared on July 8. Police believe she and another man were passengers in a car involved in a police chase on Pike road in Love county. Officers lost the car. Miller and the other man were never seen again. The driver of the car however returned home.
The Facebook page started by family as a way to get information in the case, has now grown to over 25,000 members from across the world.
"After five months people tend to forget and move on with their lives, and of course we haven't," said Paula Fielder, Miller's cousin. "We're still waiting and hoping every day that she comes home."
Fliers were inside all the balloons, with information about Miller's case and who to contact if you know anything. There is also a reward for information.
If you are interested in more information about the case, you can go to the Operation Find Molly Miller Facebook page.