Family members of a missing Tulsa woman are trying to keep her memory alive, six years after she disappeared.
Sunday, family and friends of Tina Pitts held a candlelight vigil in east Tulsa.
"It's no joke and it may not happen to your family, but believe me it can. This ain't no joke. You better wake up. Life is short out here," said Tina's sister Angie Pitts.
They said they know she's likely not alive, but they are still hoping for closure.
Tina went missing in November 2006. Tulsa police found Tina's blood in her boyfriend's truck, but there wasn't enough evidence for an arrest.