Authorities found Shadow McClaine’s car at a downtown Nashville parking lot, but there is still no sign of the missing woman.
On Tuesday, McClaine’s family spent the day putting up signs and handing out posters, hoping someone one might have some information.
“I just need to know where she is,” said her mother, London Wegrzyn.
Her father Jesse Willis added, “I am angry. I just want answers. I want to know where my daughter is.”
Wegrzyn says the last communication she had with her daughter was through a text on September 2. She said when her daughter didn’t show up for duty at Fort Campbell days later, she knew something was wrong.
“Last time I was here [in Clarksville], I was with her,” said Wegrzyn. “So her not being here and not knowing where she is, is an agonizing pain I wouldn’t wish on anyone.”
Wegrzyn says she does have hope, especially with the car being found in Nashville. She also says there may be video of whoever brought it there.
“They have those and they are processing them now, and until they have a definitive answer, they can’t tell me anything so it is just waiting,” said Wegrzyn.
Some volunteers have taken it upon themselves to help search in Nashville and near Fort Campbell, but the family says more could be done by authorities.
“I think the soldiers should be out there looking for her,” said her mother. “She is one of their own. I feel that they are not doing that, not as aggressively as they need to.”
Anyone with information on Shadow’s whereabouts is urged to call the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID) at 270-798-9406 or Fort Campbell Military Police at 270-798-0416.