Search for Sandra Prince continues

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By:Valerie Boey Temple Terrace, Florida - Friends and relatives of a missing Temple Terrace woman say, her disappearance is a mystery. Around 60 people gathered in front of her home to generate publicity about the case. It's been three weeks since Sandra Prince went missing. One by one during a candlelight vigil, they tearfully shared hope that she would return. Sandra's cousin, Jim Moore keeps wondering what happened to her. 

Jim Moore, Sandra's Cousin: "That is the question that I am asking myself all day long, what happened, I just don't know."

It's getting more difficult for him, the longer she's missing. 

Jim Moore, Sandra's Cousin: "Becomes more frightening every day." 

They organized the candlelight vigil with a flicker of hope, the publicity will turn up a new lead in the case. 

Debbie Bowles, Sandra's Neighbor: "Someone knows something somewhere and we just want her back home."

Sandra's friend Susan Horton says, it's uncharacteristic of the 59-year old social worker to just leave. 

Susan Horton, Sandra's Friend: "Real frustrated and wish something would happen that we would know where she is."

Investigators say Sandra's home was in meticulous condition and her car was found in the garage, however, the back door of her house was open. They say Sandra is 5-foot-6 with brown hair and brown eyes. Her handbag is also missing. 

Authorities have searched for Sandra locally, as well as in Sumpter County where she owns property. As they continue to look for her, her family is offering a 50-thousand-dollar reward. Anyone with information should call Temple Terrace Police.

Valerie Boey, Tampa Bay's 10 News

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