Tara Grinstead was last seen on October 22, 2005.
Local teenagers joined the search efforts for missing Tara Grinstead.
Tara frequently assisted young ladies competing in beauty pageants.
Tara's students say they considered her not just their teacher but their friend as well.
An AMW producer (R) speaks with Tara Grinstead's sister, Anita Gattis (L), inside the missing woman's home.
Police, along with friends and family, have been circulating this flier in hopes of finding Tara.
Clues From Tara's House?
Tara Grinstead's family believes that clues within her home point to signs of foul play in her disappearance
The missing woman's sister, Anita Gattis, walked AMW through Tara's home
and pointed out potential evidence.
Tara's house is roped off with crime scene tape while police continue their investigation of her disappearance.
Tara's family thinks it's strange that her car --still parked in the carport--was left unlocked. They also say that the driver's seat was pushed back too far for the 5'3" woman.
Gattis says even though Tara's car is still parked at the house, both her car keys and purse are missing.
Even more out of character for Tara, Gattis says, was leaving home without her cell phone. The phone was left inside the house on its charger.
The clothing that Tara wore on the night of her disappearance was in her bedroom in this pile. Gattis says her sister was meticulous and would never leave clothes on the floor.
These are the shoes Tara was wearing on October 22, and her sister says Tara always kept her shoes in boxes.
This alarm clock was under Tara's bed and was off by six hours. This struck Gattis as highly unusual too because she says Tara is very punctual.
Tara's sister says this broken lamp--on a nightstand near her bed--may be evidence of foul play.