It has been almost a week since Charlotte woman Holly Fischer disappeared.
Police, friends, and family spent all day searching Wilkes County for clues.
As of Sunday evening, police said there are no signs of Fischer. Friends said they do not have plans to search again Monday, but they're still not giving up hope a week after their friend disappeared while driving home to Charlotte from Tennessee.
Sunday morning, dozens of volunteer searchers met all with one purpose: Find Holly Fischer.
"We are willing to do whatever it takes to bring her home," said Nicole Cooper, a friend of Fischer.
Among the searchers were Fischer's friend Liz Ajello and her husband, Scott Ajello.
"It's been tragic," said Scott Ajello. "It's devastating to everybody."
They say this is “unreal" -- he and his wife just had the 39-year-old over for dinner two weeks ago. They are among nearly 70 others who combed roads, woods, and even over guard rails Sunday looking for any sign of their friend. Both the Ashe County and Wilkes County sheriff's offices stepped in to help, bringing extra resources.
"We also had a scent dog and had articles of Fischer’s clothing, and they were tracking down any scent that would have been in the area," said Ajello.
Investigators have said they last tracked Fischer's cellphone to Wilkesboro, near the Blue Ridge Parkway overlook but warn the signal could have been thrown off because of the mountainous terrain. They said they've exhausted almost every lead in their area.
"It can't be but one of three things: She has done something to herself, or somebody has done something to her, or she has dropped out of sight for a while. I hope the latter turns out to be the case," said Ashe County Sheriff James Williams.
Holly's friends can't believe she would do something like that.
"Knowing the girl's character and knowing the girl's nature, knowing how safety-conscious she was, we didn't think she would be the type of person to do this without notifying us," said Ajello.
Tonight, investigators tell Eyewitness News they're focused specifically on finding her car. It's a gray Infiniti SUV with NC license plate XYH-6678.
If you have seen Fischer or her car, you are urged to call 911.
A Twitter page dedicated to finding Fischer was created. Follow the feed @FindHollyF.