FORT WORTH, Texas - Friday marks four months since a Fort Worth woman disappeared.
Typhenie Johnson’s ex-boyfriend, Christopher Revill, is charged with kidnapping her with the intent to kill her.
Witnesses told police they heard the couple arguing before Johnson disappeared on Oct. 10. Investigators later found articles of her clothing in Revill’s backyard.
Johnson's mother, Deborah Johnson Strub, will join family and friends at a candlelight vigil at 7 p.m. Friday at Post Oak Village Park, not far from where her daughter disappeared. She drove 18 hours from South Dakota to find answers about her missing daughter.
“We’re not giving up hope on Typhenie," she said. "We would just like for everyone to keep her in their prayers.”
Although Revill is in custody, Johnson’s body has not been found. Police said the investigation is still very active.
“I cannot begin to comprehend what a parent must go through at a time like this and I would certainly hope that they feel that us as a department and hopefully our community will do everything that we can to try and bring closure,” said Officer Brad Perez with the Fort Worth Police Department.
"If it's 10 years and we still have no answers, that would kill us," Strub said. "I don't want to go to my grave not knowing what happened to my baby."
Revill is due in court for a hearing next week. Johnson’s mother plans to be at the hearing, hoping to gain more information about daughter’s disappearance.