SATSUMA, Fla. -- It's been four years since anyone has seen little Haleigh's smile, but for her family it feels like an eternity. "I can't believe we are here again," said her grandmother, Teresa Neves.
Neighbors held each other tight as they joined Haleigh's family for a vigil Sunday in her honor. Surrounded by letters, toys and gifts she never received, they lit candles hoping one day Haleigh will get those items.
"There is not a day that goes by that I don't miss Haleigh and wonder who took her," said Neves.
Misty Croslin was the last person to see Haleigh. She told police the five-year-old disappeared from her bed in the middle of the night. Croslin is now in jail for drug charges. But Haleigh's family is calling on investigators to do more.
"They keep saying that their doing all they can do. They are following every lead, but they don't contact us at all," said Haleigh's great-grandmother, Annette Sykes.
Haleigh would be nine-years-old now Police released an age-progressed picture of what she might look like. "It's not what I would think she would look like, but it's something to go on," said Neves.
"She has changed. I am sure she doesn't look like she did then, but that little peanut birthmark on her left cheek will always be there. And no matter how much she grows or how much she changes, it's still going to be there," said Sykes.
Whether the picture is right or wrong, her family says they just want Haleigh back. "Let people know that she is still missing and that we want her to come home," said Neves.
Investigators tell Action News this is still an ongoing investigation. If you have any information that can help police, call Putnam Crime Stoppers at 1-888-277-8477.