Utah woman still missing 18 years later

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SALT LAKE CITY – After 18 years, the daughter of a missing Utah woman is still holding onto hope that someone will come forward with answers.

Bobbi Ann Campbell disappeared 18 years ago on Thursday. She was last seen dropping her daughter off at a friend’s house in Salt Lake County so she could pick up a paycheck and groceries.

Her car was found nearly a year later near the Jordan River. Some of her personal belongings were still inside the car.

Every year during the holidays, Campbell’s daughter releases balloons with a message for her mother attached.

“The note was that she’s going to be a grandma this year because I’m expecting and its hard not having her here,” said Stephanie Cook, Campbell’s daughter.

The Unified Police Dept. says the case is still open. While they’ve had a few tips over the years, none have panned out. Anyone with information is asked to contact Unified Police.

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