It's been 10 years since a local woman disappeared but her family hasn't given up hope.

34-year-old wife and mother of three Bambi Madden left her home on foot at 11 p.m. on January 11, 2006 and hasn't been seen or heard from since.

Her family hosts a candlelight vigil every year on the anniversary of her disappearance.

"She was a good person," said Madden's sister Jackie Fiske.

"She loved life, loved kids. She was happy. There was no reason for her to disappear like that."

Madden lived on Winding Way in Binghamton. She was on her way to the Hess gas station on Main Street to pick up beer.

She never made it to the gas station or back home.

Binghamton police have been on the case since Madden disappeared but they haven't received any leads in years.

"I just home someone will come forward because we know someone knows something," said grief counselor and pastor at Comfort Ministry Debra Wilson.

"I mean that's an absolute truth."

Madden's family hopes that by having a vigil every year, she won't be forgotten and that people will keep looking."

"Please come home Bambi," said Fiske,

"We are still looking for you. We miss you. We love you. Please come home."