Friends and Supporters in New York Hold Vigil for Lauren Spierer
Friends and supporters of Lauren Spierer and her family gathered for a vigil in Lauren's hometown in New York Tuesday night.
A crowd of over 200 people, including Lauren's friend Dani Pines, joined together at a synagogue in Scarsdale, New York to raise hope in finding Lauren.
"I went to camp with Lauren since I was eight years old. She's been a good friend of mine since we were little girls. She's a great girl and she deserves to be found and we want this story to be everywhere. We want to find out friend. She's an amazing girl and she deserves to be found," Pines says.
Pines says she's been on the street where Lauren was last seen and doesn't understand how someone can go missing because it's so well lit and has a strong police presence.
Rabbi Stephen Klein says it's important for the community to band together to support the Spierer family.