CUE Center for Missing Persons spotlights Gayle McCaffrey case
LADSON, S.C. (WCIV) -- The Community United Effort's Center for Missing Persons is joining forces with the family of missing mother-of-two.
Gayle McCaffrey's sister, Helen Banach, has announced a press conference in the Food Lion shopping center on College Park Road, directly across the street from one of six billboards put up around the Lowcountry broadcasting the search for her sister.
Banach says that Adams Outdoor donated the six billboards that flash Gayle's picture along with a phone number people can call if they have any information on her disappearance. The billboards will be up for the next two weeks.
Maj. Jim Brady with the CCSO confirms someone from the Sheriff's office will be at the press conference. Banach says she will also be there along with members of CUE. Banach also says CUE is meeting with the Charleston County Sheriff's Office all morning Monday to talk about the investigation and any new searches they are planning.
"At this time new searches are not planned and no new additional information has been obtained in the investigation," said Maj. Brady in a press release. "However if during the course of the meeting additional search areas are determined we will certainly consider doing so."
Gayle McCaffrey was reported missing by her husband, Robert, on March 18. Since, there have been searches and prayer services, but few developments in the investigation.
Investigators have named Robert McCaffrey a suspect in Gayle's disappearance, but he has yet to be arrested or charged.