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Vigil For Maryland woman missing for 30 years

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Mike and Louise Mileo have lived every day for the last 30 years waiting for word about their daughter Kimberly who disappeared in the Croom section of Prince George's County back in 1983.

 "It's something that never goes away. You keep looking back and asking what happened that day," Louise Mileo says.

Kimberly was last seen with her boyfriend Dana Hudson on June 8th, 1983 and hasn't been seen since.

She was officially declared a missing person the next day, a week before her 21st birthday.

"Somebody knows something," Louise Mileo says.  "How do you live with something like that?"

Mike Cook, Kimberly's stepbrother, is hoping the family gets some word about her whereabouts before it's too late.

"My father's sick with cancer and I hope he finds out what happened to her before he dies. He needs some closure with the issue," Cook says.

The Maryland Missing Person's network organized a vigil for Kimberly and the more then 200 missing people in the state.

Sonia Romero's brother Jaime is one of them. He disappeared in Montgomery Village on April 12, 2011.

"We called police that day, and we even hired a private investigator and there is nothing," Romero says.              

Seeing the three young women in Cleveland emerge from captivity after a decade gave families at the vigil renewed hope that there could be a homecoming in their future too.

"We have hope that we see him again," Romero says.

If you know anything about anyone missing in Maryland, you're urged to call Police. 

You can see photos of them on the website www.marylandmissing.com.

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