Tennessee student last seen being dragged from her home.
A massive search effort continues in western Tennessee, where residents of a rural community have joined law enforcement officers looking for a 20-year old student.
Holly Bobo was abducted from her home in Darden Wednesday morning.
Her disappearance has left a community and her family shaken.
Finding her is the focus for law enforcement officers and more than 100 members of the Darden community who joined an expanding search effort in rugged, wooded terrain.
"We've had tracking dogs, we've had helicopters. Everything we can get, looking for the young lady there," says Sheriff Roy Wyatt.
The sheriff says investigators found blood in the carport of the home where Bobo was last seen being dragged away by a man in camouflaged clothing.
"The way it looks to me myself it might have been somebody close, somebody that kinda knew our routine, when I left, when she left, when my daughter left to go to school, but I don't know that for sure," Dana Bobo, Holly's father, told reporters Thursday.
The sheriff has announced a $25,000 reward for details that can help authorities find the missing