Photo Gallery: Balloon Release for Jennifer Wilkerson

July 13 was the 10 year anniversary of the disappearance of Jennifer Wilkerson from South Lubbock.
Purple balloons were released because that is Wilkerson's favorite color. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Purple balloons were released because that is Wilkerson's favorite color. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Friends assisted with balloons to honor Jennifer Wilkerson. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Friends assisted with balloons to honor Jennifer Wilkerson. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Balloon tied to a park bench. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Balloon tied to a park bench. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Balloons were inflated for Jennifer Wilkerson. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Balloons were inflated for Jennifer Wilkerson. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Alison Wilson embraced friends at the balloon releasing ceremony. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Alison Wilson embraced friends at the balloon releasing ceremony. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Alison Wilson embraced friends at the balloon releasing ceremony. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Alison Wilson embraced friends at the balloon releasing ceremony. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Stephanie Griffin embraced friends at a balloon release. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Stephanie Griffin embraced friends at a balloon release. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Balloons were inflated for Jennifer Wilkerson. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Balloons were inflated for Jennifer Wilkerson. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Balloons were released in memory of Jennifer Wilkerson. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Balloons were released in memory of Jennifer Wilkerson. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Vicki Wilkerson, Jennifer's mother, embraced a friend after a balloon releasing ceremony. Photo by: Melissa Adan
Vicki Wilkerson, Jennifer's mother, embraced a friend after a balloon releasing ceremony. Photo by: Melissa Adan
A local pastor said a prayer in honor of Jennifer Wilkerson. Photo by: Melissa Adan
A local pastor said a prayer in honor of Jennifer Wilkerson. Photo by: Melissa Adan
HOBBS, NM -- July 13 was the 10 year anniversary of the disappearance of Jennifer Wilkerson from South Lubbock.  Her friends and family held a balloon release that day in Hobbs in memory of her and as a reminder that the search for her continues. 

Police still urge anyone with information on her disappearance or her whereabouts to call them.  Callers to Crime Line can remain anonymous at 806-741-1000. 

CLICK HERE to see a website was set up to help in the search for Wilkerson. 
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