The family of a missing Knott County woman is still waiting for answers.
Natasha Fugate Jones has been missing for two months now. Her grandmother, Ola Chaffins, said the family is willing to up the reward for any information. Right now, the family is offering a $2 thousand dollar reward.
"I just feel like if it's more money, somebody might be more willing to talk," Chaffins said. "They might bring her home or take us to her or whatever. I think if it's more money somebody will talk. That's what we are hoping and praying for."
Ola Chaffins said she will do whatever it takes to find her granddaughter.
"It's been torture," Chaffins said. "It's been torture every day. But, I just want her to come home."
The family is waiting on results from a lie detector test. Kentucky State Police say one test has been done and at least one more is scheduled.
Chaffins said she is looking for any information no matter how big or how small.
"Anything. I appreciate anything," she said. "They can call me anytime. It doesn't matter...day or night, it doesn't matter."
Natasha Fugate Jones is 5'7. She has blonde hair and hazel eyes and is about 110 pounds.
If you have any information on this case, please call Kentucky State Police in Hazard at (606) 435-6069.