It's been more than three weeks since Leanne Bearden, 33, was last seen. Her family and friends have not heard from her but remain hopeful.

"My brothers and I are very devastated," said JoyMarie Hecht Columbo, Bearden's sister. "We just don't know what to do. We're doing everything we can."

Bearden was last seen in January in Garden Ridge when she went for a walk and never returned.

Columbo said she and her sister would talk often, and to not hear from her for this long really worries her.

"If she was OK, she would call us," said Columbo. "So it's uncharacteristic for her to not call us in three-plus weeks -- at least one of us."

Columbo said she's not sure what happened to her sister -- if she was abducted or if she got hurt -- but that she wants people to know that the rumors going around that Bearden just ran off are just not true.

"We've heard where people said she's run off with someone else or she's borrowing money, but she is a responsible budgeter," said Columbo. "She budgets her money. She puts others first.. She loves her family and would never put us through this, what we've gone through in the last few weeks."

Columbo said she's hoping the reward fliers that went out this week will encourage people to come forward. The family is now offering a $10,000 reward for information that discloses the exact location of Leanne and an additional $10,000 for information that leads to her safe return.

If you have any information, you are asked to contact the Garden Ridge Police Department at 210-651-6441, the Heidi Search Center at 210-650-0428 or the family's private investigator at 210-826-4052.

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