How long would you search for your missing child? Beth and Craig Lund are going on eight years searching for their son, and have no plans on giving up. They hope a new reward will finally lead to information on their missing son Ben.
"We just want to find out son," pleads Beth Lund, who still hasn't given up searching for her son nearly 8 years after he disappeared.
"You keep the hope and the faith that one day we will know," said her husband, Craig Lund.
Back in 2005, Ben Lund went missing. He was 19-years-old at the time.
The Lund family have done everything from taking their search on the road, to buying a billboard, and even a $10,000 reward.
But now they've teamed up with the CUE Center For Missing Persons.
"For Ben to be located. That's our primary goal. Good or bad, his parents need him home," said Debora Hobbs, a case worker for the Cue Center.
Together, they're offering a cash reward of $15,000.
"If you have any information. Any kind of information will be, we just want to find our son," said Beth.
Anyone with information can call a 24-hour tip line at (910) 232-1687, anonymously and are
only eligible for the reward if the information leads to Ben Lund.
"Somebody out there has an answer to this. There's enough people that were involved in the time period that Ben was at the party and then disappeared afterwards. There's somebody who has these answers and we're just asking them to come forward," said Hobbs.
But this reward will only be offered until Sunday, March 24th. They hope the reward will give them the information they need to find Ben, or even closure.
"I suppose closure is the truth and whichever way that leads, we want to know the truth," said Beth.
The Lund family is even turning to social media. They've created this Facebook page, called "Find Ben Lund" in hopes to spread the word about his disappearance.