‘We will never give up’: After 10 years, mother continues search for Rochester teen

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After a decade, a mother is still doing everything in her power to find her son.

Tuesday marks ten years since 16-year-old Domonique Holley-Grisham went missing in Rochester. Now his family is hoping someone will finally come forward with information.

Holley-Grisham disappeared on February 12, 2009. His family says, on that day, he had just returned home from a hockey game at the Carter Street Rec Center when he got a call from his friends. He went to meet up with them but never made it back home.

His mother, who now lives in North Carolina, decided to put up a billboard in the area of Jefferson Avenue and West Main Street — where her son went missing.

She says at this point her family just need answers.

“I’m hoping somebody sees the billboard and comes through with some answers,” says Mozell Jones-Grisham, mother. “Like I told them, the smallest tip could be the biggest tip. No tip is too small. We just want answers, closure, because somebody somewhere knows something. And we just want closure and at this point — that’s what we need.”

The billboard will remain up until the end of the month. If you have any information on the disappearance of Domonique Holley-Grisham, call 585-428-6720.

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