"It's a somber day. We're doing our best to try
to bring her home as we did Katelyn. It's just another tragic story,"
said Dave Rader of Texas Equusearch.
For family members, it was a somber day. As the years pass without her, each one is harder than the one before.
"We can't properly grieve. It's like this broken
heart that stays with you, and we'll never have any peace until we know where
she is," Franks told FOX19.
Donna Johnson is asking to hear from anyone who
"Have a heart, and let us know something," she said.
Jacob Bumpass, who last saw Paige, has never been named a
suspect in the case.
As far as the investigation goes, Kenton County
Commonwealth Attorney Rob Sanders says the case is still open and active.
As part of the ongoing search, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is asking for the public's help to locate Johnson. The public is urged to call 1-800-THE-LOST with any information concerning Johnson's disappearance.