CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Interstate signs with missing teen Erica Parsons' picture on them will remain up at four locations for at least the rest of this week.
The hope is they will generate tips that will lead investigators to the 15 year old.
The search for Erica is now in its second month. Tuesday marks the 36th day since her older brother reported her missing from the family home on Miller Chapel Road in Salisbury. However, Erica hasn't been seen at the home for nearly two years, when her adoptive parents say she left to live with her grandmother - a move they didn't fight because they said Erica was happier that way.
The intrigue and search for answers hasn't dwindled among neighbors, especially since investigators said the parents' story isn't true.
There are also allegations by investigators spelled out in two search warrants claiming Casey and Sandy Parsons abused Erica for years.
The family denies those allegations and any wrongdoing.
"We talk about it every morning at work," said Savanna Honeycutt, who works at a local restaurant. "People are going crazy about that little girl missing. I want to know where she is, if she's alive and okay. I mean, everybody does. "
"At least they could find her, hope she is alright," said neighbor Dean Ingold.
But answers are hard to come by.
Investigators send out occasional updates, but nothing that will compromise an ongoing investigation.
Casey and Sandy meet with investigators when there's a new tip and will do so any time that is needed, according to their attorney.
When it comes to the billboards, the FBI and Adams Outdoor Advertising, who is providing them for free, will determine the need for them at the end of the week, plus how much billboard space is available, officials said.