Gail's family thanks supporters
JAS McLaren can't speak highly enough of the support her family received after the disappearance of her aunt, Gail Lynch.
Ms McLaren organised a get-together at Leslie Park on Sunday for people who had come together on Facebook to find Gail.
"We received support from people as far as England and America," she said.
Ms McLaren said the family was resigned it was unlikely Gail would be found alive.
"We have spoken to a psychic and searched several locations ourselves," Ms McLaren said.
"The red rug of Gail's could still hold the key to her disappearance.
"We want to have a memorial service and burial after we find her body."
The gathering was held almost two months after Gail's disappearance on July 3.
"We wanted to say thank you to all those who have supported us as close as possible to the two months," she said.
Ms McLaren said detectives, police and SES had been fantastic.
"Gail lived at Caboolture and came to Warwick to visit family," Ms McLaren said.
"Once she came here, she didn't want to leave."
Anyone with information on Gail's disappearance or who sees the red rug should call Crime Stoppers.
Contact family members through the Facebook page, Help Find Gail Lynch.