Posted: May 3, 2013 11:28 AM by Allison Bourne-Vanneck
Updated: May 3, 2013 11:30 AM
It's a poster no parent wants to see, their child's face and the word "missing."
"It's a nightmare. I wouldn't wish this on anyone to go through this, because as a parent, this is the last thing you want to go through," says Randy Dupuis.
There are still no answers as investigators continue to search for Dupuis' daughter, 32-year-old Crystal Grebinger, who has been missing since February.
Dupuis hasn't had a good night's sleep since Grebinger went missing Feb. 6. Grebinger, a mother of four, had just begun divorce proceedings and was living at faith house, a shelter for abused women and children.
Dupuis says they knew something was wrong when Grebinger was scheduled for court but didn't show up.
"Within 48 hours or so she's missing, and of course all kind of emotions you know go through you at one time it's like, 'How? Why? You know everything...this can't be," Grebinger's aunt, Theresa Dupuis says.
Lafayette Police spokesman Paul Mouton says the case has had few leads."We can't find any trace of where she went, no footprint from credit cards, cell phone, anything of that nature," Mouton said. "And so for that reason it brings great concern for ourselves and the family in trying to locate her."
As the investigation continues, Grebinger's family has been putting up posters and raising money for a cash reward for anyone with information that could solve this case."I miss my little girl, and I love her deeply you know," says Randy Dupuis.
With each passing day, Randy Dupuis stays determined to find his daughter.
"I just want to let her know that I'm not going to stop. I'm never going to stop," Dupuis says.