Dover, NH (WMUR/CNN) - Three days, and there's still no sign of a missing University of New Hampshire student.
Family and friends of 19-year-old Elizabeth Marriott are putting up posters offering a $10,000 reward for information in her disappearance.
Marriott vanished Tuesday after she texted a friend that she was headed to Dover. Police say there has been no trace of her, and attempts by AT&T to trace her cell phone have come up empty.
Her uncle says volunteers are searching to see if her car may have went off into a ditch somewhere.
"You know weather is getting cold, but we are not losing hope in this case. We are here; we have resources; we will continue to work this case. I mean, many of you have seen us work these cases before. We will do it tirelessly, and we will continue to do it," said Jane Young, Associate Attorney General.
Three carloads of volunteers from Marriott's hometown of Westborough, Massachusetts, are headed to New Hampshire to help in the search.