MORGAN HILL, Calif.- Wednesday, May 16, will mark an anniversary no one wants to celebrate as the search continues for a missing Morgan Hill teenager.
Sierra LaMar disappeared March 16 on her way to school at a bus stop.
In a KlaasKids Foundation news release Tuesday, Sierra's father Steve said, "this is not how I wanted to acknowledge this date, but I am grateful that the community continues to support her cause."
The KlaasKids Foundation is organizing search teams in the continuing hunt for Sierra LaMar, the 15-year-old missing teenager from Morgan Hill. Searches will take place on Wednesday, May 16 and Saturday May 19. Volunteers are welcome to check in between 8am-1pm.
Volunteers are being asked to report to the Find Sierra Search Center, located at Burnett Elementary School at 85 Tilton Road in Morgan Hill.
Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age and bring photo identification. Dress appropriately for the weather, wear long pants and sturdy, covered toe shoes. Searches will be by foot and be prepared for a variety of terrain from fields to dense woods including areas with increasing elevation. Bring items that prove useful: small backpack to carry water and snacks; bug spray and pre poison oak lotion; hiking stick or golf club and gloves.
The KlaasKids Foundation is continuing to assist law enforcement and the LaMar family with future searches.