Lauren Spierer's Parents Holding Out Hope For Answers

The parents of missing Edgemont teen are still waiting for answers in the year-old case.

, the Edgemont family of missing college student is holding on to hope for answers, after Indiana officials discovered a human skull in a river not far from where their daughter disappeared. 

On the Official Lauren Spierer Updates from Her Family Facebook page, her family posted the following note on Saturday, July 14.

"In the days ahead, a family will have answers they have been desperately seeking. Will it be ours? When will you end this nightmare for our family? We will never give up. We are just as determined as we were on June 3, 2011. You need to know that. It's our promise to you. For now we continue to wait….
The Spierers."

According to Indiana's WABC News, the New York family is awaiting an identification on the remains, found about 60 miles away from the Bloomington spot where Lauren was last seen.

Since Lauren, a 20-year-old college student at Indiana University, disappeared on June 3, 2011, numerous tips have been investigated and leads followed in connection with the case.

In May, downplayed media reports of a connection between missing college student and Edgemont resident and that of another college student, Michaela Shunick, in Louisiana.

And in April, the Illinois coroner told a Bloomington newspaper that the remains found about 100 miles from where missing Indiana University student disappeared are not hers. They were that of a male.

Lauren Spierer was last seen on 11th Street and College Avenue in Bloomington, IN, on June 3, 2011. Lauren is 4'11" tall, 95 pounds, with blonde hair, blue eyes, and last seen wearing black pants and a white tank top with a white top.

Anyone with information related to this case is encouraged to contact the Bloomington Police Department at 812-339-4477 or by email at policetips@bloomington.in.gov

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