LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The family of a woman missing for two years says they still have no answers in her disappearance.

Joseph Green says his 31-year-old daughter, Lisa Green was last seen leaving his home on Gilmore Lane on June 25, 2014. She did not take her purse, keys, or ID.

Since that day, no one has reported seeing the mother of two.

"She was a daddy's girl. She wouldn't have went an hour without calling me and saying I'm here or there," Joseph Green said. "I believe the day that she left my driveway, I believe that day she died."

Police said they found nothing after searching an area that Green frequented about 13 miles from her father's home.

Still, Green’s family has not given up hope.

"We're still searching for you every day and we won't stop until we find you," said Leah Coomer, Green's sister.

Coomer was married last month and she says she wanted to have her missing sister by her side.

“We still had a purple gown and a Pooh Bear that represented Lisa standing up on stage next to me,” Coomer said.

Green’s family gathered Saturday evening outside Southwest Assembly of God to release balloons marking the somber second anniversary of her disappearance.

"She just didn't walk off and disappear off the face of this earth," Joseph Green said. "I just wish that somebody would step forward and tell us what happened to her. Let us bring her home. Let us get closure."

Anyone with information on Lisa Green’s whereabouts is asked to call the Louisville Metro Police tipline at (502) 574-LMPD.

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