ANDERSON Co., – Dozens came with memories to share, and hearts full of hope.
Friends and family of Bobby Harvey met at the car dealership where he worked, off of U.S. 29 Business, to comfort each other and pray for Harvey’s safe return home.
“I’m scared. I’m going to tell you right now I’m scared,” his mother, Valerie Remsen told 7 News.
Remsen said it’s been hard to stay positive ever since her son was reported missing on Sunday.
Harvey’s dog was found dead on the side of the road in Craytonville earlier in the week, and on Tuesday Anderson Police said they found his cell phone and truck, which was burned, in the woods in Pelzer.
“I can’t eat, I can’t sleep. I feel like I can’t swallow,” said Remsen. “We all need answers.”
“Bobby loves everybody and everybody loves Bobby,” Amber Martin, a friend, said at the vigil Wednesday night.
With a final prayer, many gave each other support and turned to God, looking for answers.
“I need to know where he is,” his mother pleaded. “I need to know why they did whatever it is they did. I need to know”