AUSTIN (KXAN) - She's been missing since 2006 but the Austin community hasn't forgotten about Roxanne Paltauf, thanks to her family.
Paltauf's mother, Elizabeth Harris, along with others from Roxanne's family, passed out flyers and bumper stickers Sunday on Rundberg near where she went missing.
Harris continues to create awareness about her daughter's disappearance and wants to find her daughter.
"We hope to get new tips or have someone come forward with what we need to bring Roxanne Elizabeth home," Harris said.
The flyers display the words, 'Still Missing' at the top and underneath are several pictures of Harris' daughter, Roxanne.
"It's been a 5 long years and we just really miss her and we just want some answers," Harris said in a 2011 interview with KXAN.
Roxanne Paltauf disappeared on July 7, 2006 in the area of Rundberg Lane and IH 35 in North Austin. Her boyfriend told police they got into an argument and Paltauf left their room at the Budget Inn angry. Louis Walls told police that Paltauf did not take any of her belongings and left her purse, wallet, and driver's license in the motel room. He said he waited about 20 minutes and then went after Roxanne, but he could not find her.
No one has heard from her since that evening.
"We're trying to put a puzzle together and we need that missing link - and we need it really bad to help us find Roxanne," said Harris.
Detectives ask anyone with information in this case to call the APD Cold Case Unit or 512-472-TIPS (8477).
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