TIFFIN, OH (Toledo News Now) - It's been more than a week since 14-year-old Madalyn Hiser of Tiffin disappeared without a trace.
Keesha Hiser, Madalyn's mother, says the last time she saw her daughter was at home on March 22.
Since then she hasn't stopped looking for her daughter. Police have also been working any leads that come in.
Monday, the Tiffin Police Department, along with search and rescue dogs, combed the woods along the Sandusky River to see if any clues would lead them to Madalyn. They found nothing.
"Not necessarily looking for a body, which I've had tons of questions about, but searching for anything. Any information or anything they could possibly find," said Keesha.
So far there is no evidence of foul play, but police are checking around town to see if they can find any evidence of what may have happened to her.
Madalyn's mother says it's been tough not knowing where her daughter is, but she is hopeful Madalyn will return home.
"Keeping her in front of everybody's face is what I think is going to help find her. And if she's out there, I don't care where you are, I don't care what you've been doing, it does not matter to me. Just come home," said Keesha.
The family is planning a community search party on Wednesday and a spaghetti dinner fundraiser to raise money for a reward on Saturday. For more information CLICK HERE.
If you see Madalyn call Tiffin Police at 419-447-2323.
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