There are still no signs of a missing
They are gearing up and hitting the water in
Pam's sister Laurie Gleason says, "We keep hoping that somewhere someone will see her or remember seeing her."
Edwards has a history of depression and had recently been hospitalized, but her family says it's doesn't account for her sudden disappearance. She left behind her purse and note that she'd gone for a walk.
Wednesday, six divers searched the waters off the family's cottage, hoping to find some clues.
Perhaps the most frustrating part of this search for authorities and for the family is that since Pam went missing there have been no solid leads. It's as if Pamela Edwards disappeared without a trace.
Ontario County Undersheriff David Tillman says, "I can't remember one where we have gone so long without any contact or additional leads to work on with respect to a missing persons case."
"The not knowing is the hard part,” says Gleason “because we keep thinking of what are all the different options and then we try to do the best we can to try to track down those kind of things."
Edwards' family tells News 8 the sheriff's department does plan to go back in the water...but, aren't sure when.
Authorities really need the public's help in this case and are asking for any possible leads. Anyone with information on Pamela Edwards is asked to call