SAN ANTONIO -

Tuesday night marked three years since an 18-month old boy disappeared from his parents home in New Braunfels. Joshua Davis Jr. disappeared on Feb. 4, 2011.

Police said he was last seen inside his parents' home in the 2600 block of Savannah Hill Circle.

Sabrina Benitez, Davis's mother, said Tuesday that the hurt she felt three years ago when her son disappeared is the same hurt she feels today.

"It's been hard," said Benitez. "Every day with the not knowing, not knowing anything."

Natalie Vargas, Davis's grandmother, said Tuesday that her grandson may be missing, but he is not forgotten which is why their family and friends put together a prayer vigil and balloon release for the toddler, who would be close to 5-years-old now.

"You wake up in the morning and think today marks another year that nothing's been done," said Vargas. "He's been gone. We don't have any answers. We're back from where we started. So, yeah it hurts."

Capt. John McDonald with New Braunfels police said they have already talked to the nine family members and friends that were at the home the night Davis disappeared, including his parents, but say some people have been "less than truthful" which has been frustrating for investigators and the family.

Joshua Davis at 18 months

"I think somebody has him," said Benitez. "I know somebody has him. I just want someone to come forward and do the right thing. Put yourself in my shoes. If it was your child or someone you love, you'd want answers."

McDonald said this is still an open case and if anyone has any information on his disappearance, please call Comal County Crimestoppers at 830-620-TIPS.

From now until March 1, Crimestoppers has brought up the reward for information  to $7,500.

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