For more than two months, Boca Raton resident Lori Pino has been missing.
Pino's family is pleading for help from anyone who can help find their beloved sister, mother and grandmother.
Investigators haven't had many clues in her case.
According to Pino's family, the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office has not been able to track her cell phone and hasn't seen any activity from her bank account or SunPass. Detectives also haven't found the Toyota RAV4 she went missing in.
"Anything I've ever seen with a situation like this, I mean, within a day or two, or at least a week, something pops up," said Pino's son, Jonathon Otero.
Pino went missing just a few days before Christmas. Since then, her family has sat waiting.
"I kind of see it as both ways," Otero said. "A little bit of hope, at the same time still worried, because it's just mysterious."
Otero and his mother's sister, Rosannie Feliciano say they get weekly updates from deputies about the search.
"They've done the aerial search, they've searched the canals, they've searched waterways, they've searched from her house to her workplace and from Delray to Pompano to Fort Lauderdale," Feliciano said.
Pino wasn't ill, and her tight-knit family says it would be very out of character for her to just leave.
"For her to not have reached out, I just, you know, fear that something really bad has gone wrong," Feliciano said.
Pino's family asks anyone who could possibly help to come forward.
"Sometimes you have people fishing or out on the road at the beach," Feliciana said, asking for help, "Just keep your eye open for any suspicious activity. You never know, if you see a car in the water or if you see her with people that she really shouldn't be around, reach out."
Pino was last seen leaving her home December 19, driving her 2011 grey/green Toyota RAV4, with Florida tag HBGY58.