June 3 is the five-year anniversary of the disappearance of Lauren Spierer.
The Indiana University student was last seen walking toward her apartment after leaving Kilroy's, a local bar, with friends.
Witnesses told police that Spierer was highly intoxicated and left her phone and shoes at the bar before stumbling out. She had just finished her sophomore year.
Click the image below to see a timeline of all the major events in the case, stretching from Spierer's June 3, 2011, disappearance to Bloomington police's update in the case in May:
The most recent news about Spierer came in January, when the FBI raided a property in Martinsville. The raid was connected to the Spierer case. No remains were found during the search.
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Five years to the day of her disappearance, her family posted a message on their Facebook page, describing the emotions they go through every year on June 3.
"Rebecca, Dad and I are loving you, dear sweet Lauren, every second of every day and you remain in our hearts always."
Read the full message below:
Indiana University also posted a message about Spierer on Friday, saying:
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