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GREENSBORO, N.C. – It’s been more than three weeks since 19-year-old Tyarra Williams was last seen. But her mother still has the same determination to find her she did on day one.

“I just keep hoping that I’m going to find her,” Danielle Williams said. “My motherly instinct tells me she’s still alive and if she could be home, she would be home.”

Tyarra was last seen Thursday, Jan. 7 near the Stoneybrook Apartments on Webster Road in Greensboro.

The next weekend, friends and family canvassed the area for clues.

Saturday, Jan. 30, there will be a second search.

“What I’m hoping is to come across a neighbor, a possible clue,” Williams said. “Anything that could lead us in the direction of finding her.”

Williams said no matter how much time goes by, she’ll never stop looking for her only daughter.

“That’s my baby,” she said. “I’ll never stop searching for her.”

Williams encourages anyone able to come to the search Saturday. The group will meet at 9 a.m. at the New Light Baptist Church at 1105 Willow Road in Greensboro.