DARDEN, TN (WSMV) - There's a new approach to how investigators are working to find Holly Bobo. It's been more than two months since the 20-year-old was kidnapped and now fresh sets of eyes are looking at the case.
With every day that passes, it gets harder and harder for investigators to figure out what happened to Bobo. But now, a new group of authorities have been called in to help.
Everywhere you go in downtown parsons, you see pink.
Pink ribbons on the trees, messages of hope and prayers offered for Bobo and her family. Faith is a big part of what's getting this small rural town through this difficult time.
It's been two months now since an unidentified man led Holly away from her parents' house in Darden and into the nearby woods. She's never been seen or heard from since.
This week the National Guard Armory is now the new headquarters for some extra investigators assigned to the case. According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, the agents were brought in from different parts of the state to see if things were missed, to re-interview people and to essentially put a fresh set of eyes on the facts.
Channel 4 asked the TBI Wednesday about what exactly was found on the side of the road a few weeks back and who's blood was on a car in Holly's carport. A spokeswoman said they don't want to disclose too much information so that when they interview people, they won't confuse what they really know with what they have seen on television.
And as for Holly's parents, friends around town say her dad still goes searching for their little girl every day.
Some of Holly's relatives stopped by a print shop in Parsons on Wednesday that's printing flyers with Bobo's face. Her relatives were picking up maps of Decatur County. The thing that is hurting her parents the most are all the rumors floating around out there online and in their small town.
There is a bike ride planned this weekend in Parsons to raise awareness about Holly's abduction. The ride starts at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday at Decatur County Middle School.
A large crowd is expected. Organizers say more than 80 riders are registered already.