CHULA VISTA, Calif. (KGTV) -- It has now been over three weeks since anyone has heard from Maya (May) Millete, a Chula Vista mother of three.
On Saturday morning, her family hosted another search party at Mt. San Miguel Park.
Maya Millete's sister, Maricris Drouaillet, says she won't stop until she's reunited with her sister. Drouaillet spent Friday passing out missing person's fliers with Maya's picture on them.
Drouaillet says her family has felt a sense of relief about the search for her sister, but with every passing day, they are growing more worried.
On Wednesday, Drouaillet tells ABC 10News, she met with the Chula Vista Police chief and other detectives. She says they told her they are working around the clock to find Maya. Drouaillet explains feeling a sense of reassurance that the case was still actively being worked on.
Last Saturday, Chula Vista police served a search warrant at the Millete home in Chula Vista to gather any evidence or clues about her whereabouts.
Maya was last seen on January 7th. Her phone goes straight to voicemail and there has been no activity on her bank statements.
Her family says they are not going to give up in their search.
The search at Mt. San Miguel Park starts at 10 a.m. on Saturday.
Friday, a spokesperson for the police department told 10News via email that they are following up on every lead they receive and will provide updates as new information becomes available.
Anyone with information about Maya's whereabouts is asked to call Chula Vista Police or Crimestoppers.