ESCONDIDO, Calif.—One year after an Escondido teen disappeared, Amber Dubois's parents continue to search for answers.
Parents, Maurice Dubois and Carrie McGonigle, are doing everything they can to bring their daughter home.
Amber was last reported seen on her way to Escondido High School, on February 13th, 2009.
Her parents have gone through multiple avenues to look for answers in her disappearance. From hiring a private investigator, organizing massive search parties, holding vigils, offering reward money, even going on national television.
Their latest effort has been to increase the reward for any clues that will lead to finding Amber. Currently, the reward is placed at $100,000.
On Saturday, the one year anniversary from when she went missing, a walk-a-thon has been set up. For information about the efforts in bringing Amber home, CLICK HERE.
Anyone with information about Amber is asked to call Escondido police at 760-839-4722.