The community is coming together to support the family of Kortne Stouffer whose been missing now for 60 days.
On Sunday afternoon a "peace walk" was held at Memorial Lake near Fort Indiantown Gap.
Participants walked a few miles around the lake and then a fundraiser was held selling t-shirts created to help raise reward money.
According to family members the walk was important and symbolic because it's where Kortne would walk her dog.
"It was a chance for us to get together and take a path that Kortne used to take with her dog and her mom, and kind of hang out a little bit. And reflect on if she was here with us, and also build our hope that she is still out there somewhere, and that we can find her and bring her home," said Kortne's father, Scott Stouffer.
Kortne Stouffer was last seen at her Palmyra apartment on July 29th. The reward for information leading to Stouffer now stands at $42-thousand dollars.
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