Friends, family, and volunteers spent Sunday searching for 25-year-old Tiffany Daniels.
Daniels went missing on August 12th. A few days later, investigators got a lead at Fort Pickens in Pensacola.
"Her car was found right here across the street from where we have command set up," says Ray Mooney who organized Sunday's search.
Her car was driven to the parking lot the night she went missing. Unfortunately, cameras only caught her license plate, not who was in the vehicle. Her cell phone and bicycle were both found inside.
Two searches at Fort Pickens have turned up no sign of Daniels. Still, friends are not giving up hope.
"We don't know that she was here, but it the most likely place to look. We want to make sure that if there's any information, if there are any clues as to what happened to Tiffany on this island, that we don let it slip through the cracks," says a friend.
Tiffany's dad Rodney was also out searching Sunday, hoping to find anything that could bring his daughter home.
"You never wanna be in it, and again other stories from other people, and the same thing has happened to them, only for a short time," he said.
For now, time continues to tick for those hoping to find Tiffany.
In addition to the volunteers, workers with Escambia Search and Rescue and Klaas Kids Foundation also assisted in the search.
A candlelight vigil was held Sunday evening at the beach when crews wrapped up their search.