Missing woman's family hangs on to hope
Dozens of family members held a prayer vigil in Baton Rouge for a woman who vanished nearly three weeks ago.
Family members say 25-year-old Tameka "Kisha" Anderson was last seen at a bank off Wooddale Blvd. She withdrew $1,000 dollars in cash to purchase a car she was supposed to get in Ascension Parish. She has not been seen since.
Family members believe foul play is involved. Baton Rouge Police investigators say they have no evidence to point to foul play, however, they have not ruled it out.
The family is offering a reward to help find "Kisha."
If you would like to help, you can donate at any Capital One Bank. It's a reward account and the number is 2079062513.
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