CARTER COUNTY, Okla. (KXII) - "What happen to Molly, she was at the wrong place at the wrong time," Misty Miller Howell said. "It could've happened to any of us."
It was five years ago when Molly Miller and Colt Haynes went missing.
Misty Miller Howell says they've spent every single day looking for answers.
"It's going to take for us to find her body to have closure, we got to have closure," Miller said. "We don't know what happened to her, in our hearts we know what happened to her - we just got to find her body and put her to rest."
Miller and Haynes were last seen in a car with James Conn Nipp before they disappeared.
Nipp led deputies on a high speed car chase through Love County that night.
He was charged for the chase and pleaded guilty in 2014.
Nipp was sentenced to 10 years in prison but got out in March and will be on supervised release for the nearly six more years.
"I hope whoever, all the ones that know what's going on and know the truth about what happened to Molly, that they will turn their information in because they will be at the end - they will be turning their information in (and) their names will be coming up," Miller said.
Miller says investigators have told her they are working on new leads but wouldn't elaborate because of the ongoing investigation.
The OSBI spokesperson was unavailable for comment.
The family is hosting a candlelight vigil and balloon release Saturday at 7 p.m. outside the Love County courthouse - to honor their loved ones and keep their memories alive.
They will also be distributing flyers at the park in Wilson and outside the Love County courthouse Saturday from 1 to 3 p.m.
"We think back on what would Molly be doing at this age - she would be 22 now so you think what would she be doing," Miller said.
A $45,000 reward is being offered for the tip that leads to information on their whereabouts.
Anyone with information on Miller's disappearance should call the Carter or Love County Sheriff's Office.