CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) -- Friends and family of Gail Palmgren are putting another call out for volunteers.
The mother of two from Signal Mountain hasn't been seen since April 30 when she dropped off her kids and drove off in her red Jeep Rubicon.
Over the weekend, teams of volunteers searched Signal Mountain and the surrounding area but found nothing.
On Tuesday, a search of the Tennessee River at the Suck Creek boat launch didn't turn up Palmgren's car. Now agencies say they're planning an air search for that red Jeep Rubicon.
Friends and family are organizing another search party. They're asking for people with ATVs to help search more trails this weekend.
You can find more information on the "Bring Gail Home Now" Facebook page.
Continuing Coverage: The Gail Palmgren Disappearance
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