MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Forty-seven days and still no sight of Danniella Vian. The missing mother was last seen at the Shell gas station on Government Blvd. in July.

Vian's former coworker, Shanna Haden said, "There hasn't been any news. No leads. No sightings. No nothing."

Looking for some answers, Vian's friends and family gathered outside of Hurricane Grill and Wings, washing cars in exchange for donations to fund their search.

"We don't want it to be out of sight out of mind thing where we want to make sure that people don't forget. That they remember her face and that they know that we're still working. We won't stop until we have some answers. Until we bring Danniella home," Haden said.

Haden said social media is also playing a huge role in getting and keeping Vian's name out there.

Danniella Vian photo

Danniella Vian 

She said, "She's an Army girl so she's kind of moved all over, has friends all over so Facebook thankfully for social media, that's been a big help with this because we can share it everywhere and people,her friends from state to state can share it and their friends can share it so that we can keep getting it out there."

According to police, Vian was captured on surveillance video leaving the Shell gas station on government Blvd. but where she went next is still a mystery.

Hurricane Grill and Wings also donated a portion of their sales Sunday night to Vian's family.

If you know anything about her whereabouts, call police immediately. They're offering a $2,000 reward.

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