CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Sunday was an emotional landmark anniversary for one of Cleveland's most notorious missing person cases.
It was 10 years ago that then 16-year-old Amanda Berry disappeared on her way home from work.
Berry left her job at the Burger King on West 110th and Lorain and was headed home for her own birthday party.
She never made it.
Sunday, friends and family -- even those of other missing children -- gathered once again at that very intersection.
They held hands in prayer and shared the message: 10 years is too long.
"Watch your children," said Janice Smith. "Watch your teenagers. If they're hurting talk to them, because the worst thing is not knowing where your daughter is at."
"That's what this family wants to know," said Judy Martin, community activist. "They want to know what happened to Amanda. Where is she? Why are they keeping her, who is keeping her, where are they keeping her? We want to know now. Now."
Last summer an inmate claimed he killed Berry and buried her in a vacant lot.
The story turned out to be a hoax.