By Chloe Morrison
LaFAYETTE, Ga. -- Hilda Wilson and Christina Hall, sisters of missing 911 dispatcher Theresa Parker, held a news conference here today, saying they hope a new Web site, and a reward that has grown past $7,000, will help find their sister.
Mrs. Parker's family has designed a Web site to tell their loved one's story and, they hope, to garner clues about her whereabouts that can be passed along to authorities. The Web site is www.findtheresaparker.com.
Mrs. Parker has been missing since March 21, and investigators have not revealed any evidence of her having been anywhere since she left her sister's house that night.
The missing woman's estranged husband, former LaFayette Police Department Sgt. Sam Parker, has been labeled a person of interest in his wife's disappearance, officials said.
The Parkers were undergoing a divorce at the time of her disappearance, officials said. Mr. Parker has denied having had anything to do with her disappearance.
Mr. Parker was fired from his police job when investigators searching his work locker found C4 explosives stored inside it. He said the plastic explosives had been there for years.
Walker County Sheriff Steve Wilson today said the investigation "is more active than ever."
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