Toledo News Now: What have you been going through the last three days?
Angela Steinfurth, mother of missing girl: A nervous wreck. I just want her home in one piece, I wanna know that she's okay. It's very hard not having her around. My other daughter's going insane without her sister. They need to be together.
Toledo News Now: When you see the outpour of support, does that help at all?
Angela: It does, but it still doesn't bring her home. It doesn't bring her home at all. I appreciate the support of everybody being here but it does not bring her back at all.
Toledo News Now: What can you hope that tonight's vigil will do?
Angela: Put an end to this so she can come home. I'm hoping someone just gives up and brings her back to me and her father where she needs to be. She has problems, and me and him are the only ones that can handle those problems for her.
Toledo News Now: What is she like? Tell me about her.
Angela: She's shy, she's quiet, she's a momma's girl over a thousand percent….She does like men, but she'll see you for a couple minutes if you're a guy, but overall it's ‘mommy mommy mommy.' That's the way she's been since she was born. She's a perfect little angel, I wouldn't ask her to be any other way.
Toledo News Now: I can't even imagine what this has all been like for you, a nightmare?
Angela: Yeah, I've been like this for 3 days, shaking. It's hard. It is very hard. I just want her home.
Toledo News Now: Is there anything else you wanna add?
Angela: Just whoever has her, to bring her home. She needs to be home with her parents.
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