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by Brittany Earl
WAUSAU(WAOW)--It's been almost a month since the disappearance of Stephanie Low. The last time Stephanie's family heard from her was on morning of October 10th.
George Low, Stephanie Low's Father says, "I wasn't expecting it to last this long, at least I was hoping it didn't last this long."
Stephanie's father said he needs closure, he says as everyday passes the idea of his daughter coming home alive becomes discouraging. "I just don't want her to be forgotten. I don't want it to be put on the back self I don't want it to be a cold case. I want something done," said Low.
Stephanie's family continues to search for clues as to what might have happened inside her home. George said he's never stepped inside Stephanie's apartment, he says he just can't bring himself to do it.
Low says, "I know something happened up there, I'm sure if something bad happened up there, I would think that's where it probably started at. I know police agree that she didn't leave the house alone on her own accord."
George said he hopes police can find Stephanie soon but until they do he plans to do everything he can to help. The family is hosting a Stephanie Low search and reward fund benefit dinner in December.
"I am very certain that if I can put a reward out somebody's going to say something. There's obviously someone out there that knows something and well if it takes them a little money to come forward, well I guess that's a good thing," said Low.
Online Report: Brittany Earl
What: Stephanie Ann Low Search and Reward Fund Benefit Dinner
Where: Lakeside Bar & Ballroom, 1408 County Hwy Y, Hatley, WI-(Pike Lake)
When: 4PM Saturday, December 11, 2010
*The Family is asking for a minimum donation of $5 per plate. A free raffle and silent auction along with entertainment will be provided.
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