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Arizona authorities search for missing woman

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TEMPE, Ariz. -

A massive search for a missing teen started as the sun came up in Tempe.

19-year old Adrienne Salinas was last seen in the early morning hours two weeks ago Saturday.

Tempe police enlisted help from several agencies in the department's ongoing quest for clues.

They hit the same areas they've been canvassing for weeks.

MCSO Posse members and deputies left no stone unturned in the search for missing 19-year-old Adrienne Salinas.
    
They were part of a massive effort organized by Tempe police.

"6:27 on a Saturday morning we are hoping to find people that we have not talked to yet," said Tempe Police Sgt. Mike Pooley.

According to Pooley, more than 100 law enforcement agents, civilian volunteers and the Find Me Organization canvassed the neighborhood Adrienne lives in.

She was last seen shortly before 4 a.m. on June 15 leaving her apartment.

She was heading to her boyfriend's house, but never made it.

Her car was found the next day with two flat tires.

"We have very limited information in this, but what we're hoping is that this large scale search will jog somebody's memory, it'll help in the investigation," said Pooley.

Less than a mile from where law enforcement held it's search, family and friends organized a car wash a fundraiser to help bring Adrienne home.

"That reward could be key, you know, the missing piece," said Shainey Duggan, Adrienne's roommate.  

Duggan says the past two weeks have been a nightmare.

Adrienne's father, Rick Salinas, is hopeful his daughter will be found soon.

"You know, I miss my baby girl. It's just devastating for me," said Salinas.

Those who knew her best won't give up, and just like police, will keep working until they have answers.

Family and friends plan to continue handing out fliers Sunday.

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