The family of missing Kalispell woman Nicole Waller is keeping their hopes high that Waller will be found soon, safe and sound. NBC Montana spoke with Waller's sister, Carmen Keibler, on Sunday. Keibler says it's rough not knowing much about the investigation / search as it progresses, and she's thankful for the outpouring of community support.
She's hoping anyone with info on where Waller might be will call authorities.
"For us, it's frustrating. We don't know what happened, we know nothing, and so we just want her home. She's got three kids," said Keibler.
Waller last had contact with someone on February 14. Her vehicle was located on the side of a road in the Poplar area.
She is described as being five feet tall, and weighing roughly 165 pounds. Authorities say she was last known to be in the Fairview area, which is near the North Dakota border.
Anyone with information is asked to call a tipline set up at 406-433-4027. Missing posters can be printed out from the "Find Nicole Waller" facebook page here , and at the "virtual search party" page here.