For six years Tina Johnson's asked one question, "Where is she?"
Her daughter, April Andrews vanished in November of 2006.
"It was scary and everybody that says it couldn't happen to you. It can."
"She had left her apartment complex and she planned on walking to the Nazarene church in Pea Ridge," says Investigator Wes Bryant
It's a goodbye her mother will never forget.
"She just kinda looked at me and said, 'I love you mom' and that was the last time I saw her."
But there's another memory a witness shared with police six years ago.
"She remembers seeing a two toned truck pull up and apparently she saw her get into that truck that would be the last time anyone saw April," says Bryant.
Armed with those details, and a new staff, Detective Wes Bryant with the Benton County Sheriff's Office is reigniting the investigation.
"With this case a bunch of us see a lot of potential," says Bryant.
Because almost all the witnesses are still in the area.
"Anytime we have a child missing, whether they're a runaway a lost or abducted, it's important we find them we owe it to April to find her and we owe it to the family," says Bryant.
Loved ones still waiting and hoping everyday since November 2006.
"It hasn't gotten easier, then again you kinda think like give up but you don't want to because you know she's out there," says Johnson.
If you have any information concerning April Andrews, please contact the Benton County Sheriff's Office.