A small Tennessee community is continuing to search and pray for the rescue of 20-year-old Holly Bobo, a young nursing student who went missing last Wednesday.
Bobo's brother said he saw her being taken from her home in Parsons, Tenn., by a man dressed in camouflage.
More than 600 volunteers from the community joined police this weekend to search for her.
Sunday, members of Bobo's local church held a special prayer service for her.
"There's going to be an empty spot in our congregation this morning and there's a big hurting in our heart, because we don't know where she is and we don't know what she's going through," said Pastor Don Franks of Corinth Baptist Church.
Bobo is the cousin of country singer Whitney Duncan. She's also asked the public for help and prayer.
"The family right now is trying to be strong...it doesn't seem real," Duncan said. "That's the last phone call we ever expect to get. It's a close family so we're just trying to hold it together."
There is a $25,000 reward for information leading to Bobo's return and the arrest of the kidnapper. So fa, investigators say they are working at least 250 leads in the case.