Volunteers search for leads in Spurlock case

LANCASTER, Ky. (WTVQ) – Savannah Spurlock went missing in January and since then friends and family haven’t stopped looking for her.

On Friday, volunteers handed out nearly 300 fliers in Lancaster in hopes it will help find Spurlock.

Sabrina Speratos says Spurlock is one of her best friends and she organized the flyer blast in Lancaster.

“I know a lot of people have thought that the case was going cold and we want to let people know that’s not the case,” said Sabrina Speratos.

Speratos had help hanging up fliers around town.

Y-Vonnie Foster and Gabrielle Leese traveled 30 minutes from Harrodsburg to Lancaster to help.

The two have no connections to Spurlock, but decided to help because they felt like it was the right thing to do.

“I would hope if it was my mother, my sister, or my friend that the community would come together to help find them so that’s really why we’re here,” said Y-Vonnie Foster.

Volunteers are hopeful their work will make a difference and will encourage someone to share information.

There is a $10,000 reward until the middle of May for any information that helps find Spurlock.

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