A poster in Mozell Jones-Grisham's living room of her missing son helps her keep hope alive, "I'm not ever going to stop looking for him I'm never going to give up," said Jones-Grisham.
Her son Domonique disappeared four years ago. Police initially told her the 16 year old probably ran away, "my mother had the same number all these years, pick up the phone, 'grandma, tell my mom I'm okay,' explained Jones-Grisham, "and I know that he would have done something like that, so to think that he ran away that never sat with me good."
Jones-Grisham is certain her son didn't leave on his own but she doesn't have a clue what might have happened to him, "to hear nothing new or we haven't found anything and nobody said nothing it gets aggravating."
Domonique is now 20 years old. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has created an age progressed image to show what he would look like today.
Jones-Grisham says she prays every day that she'll be able to welcome her son back home, "if Domonique came home I'd be happy, sad, crying, I'd just hug him."
If you have any information about Domonique's whereabouts call the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST.