The family of missing Fort Bragg soldier Kelli Bordeaux isn't giving up hope that she will come home alive.
A special ceremony was held Saturday to honor her. Bordeaux's parents released butterflies marking a three month anniversary of her disappearance.
Authorities are continuing to question a registered sex offender who was with her the night she disappeared from a bar in Fayetteville. He hasn't been called a suspect, but remains in a county jail for failing to report his address to authorities.
Members of the community continue to rally around Bordeaux's family who continue to look for answers.
"You would never think this would happen to you. It's a terrible thing when it happens to other people, but we would never think it would happen and when it does it's like the worst feeling you could possibly have," Kelli's husband, Mike Bordeaux, said.
Volunteers in the community put up missing person flyers regularly and they continue to search different parts of the community almost every week.
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