(Bloomington, Ind.) - The family of missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer has launched the website www.FindLauren.com to help with search efforts.
The 20-year-old from Greenburgh, New York has been missing since the early morning hours of June 3 when she was walking home after a night of drinking and partying with friends.
The website features a photo of Spierer, links to the Facebook page for the search, news coverage and an option to donate money to the search efforts. Details on joining the twice-per-day searches are also posted.
Meanwhile, the search for Spierer is changing slightly.
Her father Robert said they will go to two searches a day starting Monday instead of three as Texas-based Equusearch joins the search efforts. The organization has been successful in other high-profile missing persons cases.
Spierer said they will continue to hunt in earnest for his daughter, as roughly 1,000 people a day have fanned out around Bloomington to look for the missing student.
Charlene Spierer issued a plea to whoever has her daughter to come forward, saying "shame on you."
Police in Bloomington say they received dozens of tips after the case aired on "America's Most Wanted."
Captain Joe Qualters said they expect that number will rise as people talk themselves into making the call.
He added the police have yet to get a tip that will lead them to Spierer.