Saturday, March 16th, 2013 marks one year since the disappearance of a Texarkana, Texas man.
Steven Curtis Jones went missing while riding his motorcycle through the Liberty Eylau area.
Friends and family say they still want answers.
"Everytime I see a motorcycle I'll look," said sister Kathy Sturdivant. "If I see someone walking down the road, I'll look."
Sturdivant remembers when her brother went missing like it was yesterday.
"It was about dinner time. He said he wouldn't be gone but 15 minutes because he was just taking a ride to cool down. He grabbed a flannel shirt and left and nobody has seen him since."
And after multiple searches, with zero results, she says it's been a hard journey.
"We've had two ground searches, the police have. Family and friends have also held searches. I have an 84-year-old father who just had a recent heart attack. It had a lot to do with the stress of not being able to find him."
When Steven went missing, he was wearing a flannel button down shirt, black tee, blue pants, and a skull cap du-rag. While police have stopped all searches, his friends and family say they are not giving up hope.
"I'd go driving by the areas for months after he went missing. I just thought that surely I'd see him somewhere. Surely he's out there somewhere."
And while Kathy has her own theory as to what happened, she just wants the pain to stop.
"I think somebody did something to him. I think he ran into somebody when he left that day and that's why he never came back. We've lost hope that we'll find him alive, we just hope we find him. Some sort of closure to know what happened to him.
A candlelight prayer vigil will be going on Saturday night at 7:30pm at Spring Lake Park.
Family and friends have also announced there's a $2,000 reward for anyone who is arrested and convicted in the disappearance of Steven.
If you have any information, you're encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 903.793.STOP.