This is snipped from the Tampa Tribune: http://www2.tbo.com/content/2007/nov/18/volunteers-search-missing-mom/?news-breaking By Cloe Cabrera Published: November 18, 2007 Video: WFLA Josh Thomas Report NEW PORT RICHEY - Volunteers searching for a missing young mother Saturday found items they hope will yield clues to her disappearance. Stefanie Francique, 24 Stefanie Francique, 24, disappeared from the Colony Lakes Estates home that she shared with her father and stepmother Nov. 5. She left behind her 4-year-old daughter. Francique's personal belongings were found in her home. Her car keys and cell phone were also missing. About 50 people turned out Saturday and searched the wooded area behind Francique's parent's New Port Richey home. They covered about a 10-mile radius, said Tammy Richardson, who organized the search. The search team found a pack of cigarettes, a lighter, t-shirts, sunglasses and latex gloves. The cigarettes are believed to be the same brand Francique smoked, said sheriff's office spokesmen Doug Tobin. "It wasn't by the water," Tobin said. "But it was in close proximity to her house. It's another piece of evidence that may lead us to where she's at." A dive team is expected to search the lake in the subdivision sometime during the next week, Tobin said. The sheriff's office has received few leads in Francique's disappearance, Tobin said. Prayers that she is found; she has a 4 year old daughter.