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Updated: 9:14 a.m. Saturday, June 11, 2011 | Posted: 11:15 p.m. Thursday, June 9, 2011
HAYWARD, Calif —
Her family and friends aren't giving up hope she may be found alive.
More than 100 people brought their love and support to Mt. Eden Park in Hayward along with a poster with 26-year-old Le's photo.
"We're still fighting really hard for you, and we're going to bring you home," said Krystine Dinh, Le's cousin.
Hayward police announced Monday that they were treating the case as a homicide.
The Le family met with investigators Thursday for an update.
Police Sgt. Steve Brown said there was blood evidence found at the scene where they believed there was a confrontation at Kaiser Hospital.
The nursing student was last seen May 27 at 7 p.m. at Kaiser Hospital in Hayward and her locked white Honda SUV was found a day later about a half mile away.
Police say they've interviewed about forty people so far including several people of interest.
The FBI was assisting with forensic analysis.
"I hope we can find Michelle alive, that's what we wish," said Son Le, her father.
And her brother, Michael sent her this message, "Please come home, we all miss you. That's all."
The reward was up to $65,000 as of Thursday.
Police said they're expecting forensic evidence results sometime next week.
The family planned to hold a flier distribution drive Sunday.
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