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Family hopes candlelight vigil will guide Sarah Galloway home

TUCSON – Two weeks ago, 38-year-old Sarah Galloway went missing. On Thursday, her family held a candlelight vigil.

It was held at The Wagon Wheel Bar near Sandario and Picture Rocks roads.

Her family said they are hoping it will be used as a guiding light to lead Sarah home.

“We’re still hoping, we’re still praying, we’re holding onto faith because faith is all we have now,” said Kandace Jaconski, Sarah’s sister. “And, we just need her to come home.”

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Jaconski is asking residents in the area to turn on porch lights as another way to guide Sarah home.

She said there is still a group out looking for her. If you have any information on Sarah’s whereabouts, you are asked to call 88-CRIME.

Mark Schnackenberg

Chief Meteorologist

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