Volunteers met in front of Smallwood Plaza in Bloomington Sunday morning to continue searching for 20-year-old missing IU student Lauren Spierer, who disappeared 10 days ago. Bloomington police believe one of the last places she was seen was about two blocks from her apartment. At first search organizers told volunteers to look for specific items when searching for evidence.

"One thing we want to make note today in particular, we're looking for jewelry {like} studded earrings. {We're looking for} possibly even {a} necklace or bracelet. Those are some things you want to look for," one organizer said.

Then, at the last minute, organizers decided to try a new method.

"One of the things we know right now is what we heard Lauren's mom say on TV is that somebody out there knows something," the organizer said.

Volunteers were directed to begin their searches on various street corners of Walnut and College Avenue.

"We came out here with the idea in mind we would be searching. So, we were a little shocked that they have us standing on street corners as well. Whatever we have to do, we'll do until she's found," volunteer Danielle Morris said.

Volunteers hope someone will speak up soon.

"That's what we're all hoping for. I would like to think the person or persons responsible, they have to put their head on a pillow at night and know that this is not right. This is not right," volunteer Carol Puckett said.

Instead of searching three times a day, volunteers will search at 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.