Prayer Vigil Held For Missing Siloam Springs Mother And Daughter

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SPRINGDALE (KFSM) -- At least 150 people attended a prayer vigil in Springdale Wednesday (Dec. 14) for a missing mother and daughter from Siloam Springs.

Carol Davidson and her 18-month-old daughter Rosemary were last seen at the Green RV Park Nov. 12.

"If her names not out there and her face isn't out there then people are just gonna let it be forgotten and we can't let that happen, we gotta keep her name, Carol and Rosemary, out there so we can bring them home," friend Shawna O'Grady said.

Police have conducted interviews, held checkpoints and used K9 search dogs to look for the pair. After about two weeks, the search was scaled back. The Siloam Springs Police Department said they will continue to look for any leads in the case.

Pastor Todd Stephens led the vigil.

"It's impossible for me as a man to come in and say the right words," he said.

Family members were stunned to see how many times their post on Facebook when Carol and Rosemary first went missing was shared.

"It takes your breath away sometimes just to know that people as far away as you know Pennsylvania and California are seeing our post and are aware that she is still missing," sister-in-law Alyce Davidson said.

Family members passed out flyers at the end of the vigil for others to pass around and post wherever they can. If you have any information about the whereabouts of Carol and Rosemary, you are encouraged to call your local law enforcement.