As the search for missing Pennsylvania college student Shane Montgomery continues, his mother is holding out hope for his return, telling TODAY that she reaches out to him daily in search of an answer.
"I miss him terribly,'' Karen Montgomery says. "I text him every day to ask him to help me find him."
Dive crews have been searching the Schuylkill River for a trace of Montgomery, 21, a senior at West Chester University who disappeared early Thanksgiving morning after a night out in the Manayunk section of Philadelphia. His keys were found on Sunday nearby where he was last seen.
"I'm not going to stop until I find Shane,'' Montgomery says. "There's no resolution just because I found a set of keys."
There have been few leads in the case despite a $65,000 reward for any information. Anyone with information is urged to contact the FBI at 215-418-4000.
More on the case:
- On the potential reasons for his disappearance: "The three theories are that he accidentally fell in (the river), he took his own life by jumping in, or he met with foul play, and that fourth distant wildcard is that he went away on his own volition, and there just doesn't seem to be anything to support that,'' NBC News analyst and former FBI profiler Clint Van Zandt tells TODAY.