Search for the missing Orlando woman, Michelle Parker, is still continuing as her family members and Oralando police are not giving up hope of her safe return.
With many volunteers coming forward to participate in the lookout for Parker, the case remains No. 1 priority for investigators.
The police have a task force specially dedicated to the Parker case. The task force is made of about 10 to 16 detectives mostly from the homicide unit.
I wanted to tell them (Parker's family members) face-to-face that this is the No. 1 priority of the Orlando Police department to bring Michelle Parker safely and that's what we are doing, Orlando Police chief Paul Rooney told Wesh after meeting Parker's family.
I'm not worried about overtime. I'm not worry about extended resources. That's our goal, he added.
Michelle went missing last Thursday, hours after appearing on People's Court in which she appeared with her former boyfriend over a dispute related to a $5,000 engagement ring.
She was last seen dropping her twins at her former fiancé's home. Her Hummer was recovered Friday.
Parker, 33, is mother of three kids, and is working at The Barn restaurant as a bartender.
Watch the video to see what happened in People's Court.