"We're just still hoping. Anytime somebody asks if she used to work here, I say no, she still works here. Until I'm told otherwise, she still works here," said Parchem's co-worker, Terri Falandys. "I worry, can't sleep. I pray for her, you know."
"I pray she's still with us, each day, that looks less like a possibility," Shoar told the media Friday. "We find people who do bad things to good people and we make sure they get arrested and prosecuted, but we won't stop, we do it 24hours a day, 7 days a week."
Investigators, friends and family are all hoping Parchem will come home alive, and hope someone has the answers to help find her.
"We're just really glad they're putting all the time and effort into finding her, because we want her home and that's what this is, this is her home," said Falandys.
Friends of Parchem are offering a reward to anyone who has information leading to her whereabouts.
Anyone who has seen seen Parchem or has information that could help the investigation is asked to call Detective Jeremy Russell of the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office at 904-209-2193 or Crime Stoppers at 888-277-TIPS (8477).