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New Images Give Brian Sullivan's Family Hope

Brian's family has new hope as the sixth anniversary of his disappearance approaches. Two new images of what Brian may look like today.
Brian Sullivan's family never thought they would be where they are today.   
   
Brian went missing nearly six years ago. His mom, Barbara, is still looking for answers.

"We will never stop looking and never stop hoping," said Barbara Sullivan.

Barbara has new hope as the sixth anniversary of his disappearance approaches.

Two new images of what Brian may look like today.

"When I opened it up and looked at it, I just couldn't believe, it was surreal looking at it, it was really like oh my goodness, this is him," said Barbara Sullivan.

Diana Trepkov, a forensic artist from Canada, created the images. Trepkov is part of the Cue Center for Missing Persons. She's never met the Sullivan family, but did  the costly project for free.

 "We were very grateful to have this opportunity to get Brian's picture of what he would look like now, what he does look like now, we are just really excited," said Barbara.

Brian was last seen at Burger King on Chili Avenue on the morning of July 8, 2007. He was just 19-years-old when he disappeared.

"Brian is somewhere and somebody knows where Brian is and we want to bring Brian home," said Barbara.

Barbara is planning a candlelight vigil this July to mark the sixth anniversary of Brian's disappearance, but she remains hopeful these new images will bring her son home.

Until then, Brian's family promises to never give up.

"There is a lot of people out there searching for many, many years and we are never going to give up and if I die, my grandchildren will be looking because they already are," said Barbara.
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