None - BROOKLINE, Pa. -- Family and friends of a missing woman held a vigil Sunday might in Brookline to commemorate the one-year anniversary of her disappearance.
The vigil took place near the cannon monument on Brookline Boulevard to remember Alivia Kail, who last lived in Mt. Washington.
Kail was last seen on March 5, 2011, when she picked up clothes from her brother’s house in West Mifflin. Kail told her brother she was going to Florida with her boyfriend.
Kail’s family is still looking for answers and hopes the vigil will bring renewed interest to the case.
Kail’s mother said the vigil was held for hope that her daughter can be found and that someone will come forward with the information that can break the case open.
Police said Kail’s disappearance is still an open investigation and anyone with any information is asked to contact officials.
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