Family and friends of a missing Mobile woman are holding a prayer service Friday night while police look for clues in her disappearance.
The tearful and emotional prayer vigil was held at Medal of Honor Park for 24 year old Danniella Vian. Family and friend gathered to light candles and pray. They prayed a prayer for Vian's safe return home and the "Our Father's" prayer. They believe she's still out there and alive.
They also passed out flyers and urged those who were there and watching online to continue to share the posts, her pictures, and spread the word in hopes that someone will know something that can help lead them to Vian.
The plan is to paint the town with flyers and her pictures until they find her.Some people also giving words of motivation, comfort, and encouragement to stay strong and confident of her return.
"We've done everything we can do. We passed out flyers, I can pray on my own but I thought to gather all of her family and friends together to pray for her and lift her up in God's name," said Vian's mother-in-law, Julie Dykes-Thomas
Family members say Vian went to The Dublin Pub & Eatery on Old Shell Road the evening of July 17th.
They say she left there with a friend in separate cars to go to another establishment, and, along the way, flashed her lights when she realized she didn't have her cell phone.
Family members say she pulled over with her friend at a Shell station on Government near I-65 to look for the phone, couldn't find it, then decided to go back to Dublin's to search for it.
Family members say the friend said Vian got in her car, and that was the last he saw of her.
Vian was last seen wearing a Mellow Mushroom T-Shirt and hat.
And we're told she may be in a ash blue, almost purple, 2014 Chevy Cruze with a Pearl Motors paper tag.
Mobile Police say homicide detectives have taken over the case, but they stress there has been no evidence of a murder.
If you have any information on her whereabouts, contact Mobile Police.
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