They're heading out this weekend hoping to find some answers - but tonight local families of people who are missing gathered in support of one another. They held a candlelight vigil on Blanding Boulevard, where one prominent missing person was last seen. Channel 4's Ashley Harding was there. 3 00-0520-2539-44TRACK Some of them are strangers, some of them are family.They're all here for one reason: to support one another, as they wait for answers for their missing loved ones. Among those waiting is Anita Sullivan, whose brother Austin Davis disappeared seven years ago.49:19--49:31 "He has family. He has friends. My son was just four years old when Austin went missing. He's 11 today. He still remembers and talks about his uncle Austin." TRACK Also here is the family of Rosemary Day. The young woman suffered from depression, and was last seen in 2007. 43:32--43:46 "I don't know what to think. I wish I could tell you--it just kind of numbs you in a way. I hope good comes out of it." TRACK These families are preparing for a hopeful weekend ahead of them as they pass out fliers, and search with cadaver dogs. No matter what, they refuse to lose faith that one day they'll find out what happened to their loved ones.51:28--51:35 "It does bring hope to all of the families here that people here have not forgotten that people care. We really appreciate it."