The search continues for a missing Fishers' teenager.
Police issued a Silver Alert for 18-year old Peyton Riekhof on Friday.
She was last seen here getting gas at this gas station in the area of Fall Creek Road and Brooks School Road.
Praying for Peyton's return.
Friends, strangers, and those just concerned showed up at a Fishers' coffee shop Saturday to help search for 18-year old Peyton Riekhof.
"This is real broad search. There are not enough eyes," said a volunteer.
The Hamilton Southeastern graduate was last seen on a Shell gas station camera around 2-thursday morning.
Police say Riekhof was upset when she left a friends' Geist home.
Riekhof was driving her 2006 black Mercury Mariner SVU with a Kansas Jayhawks frame around the license plate.
Police say her debit card hasn't been used since she filled up.
Volunteers learned their location; grabbed some fliers with Peyton's picture; and took off to find the teen.
Fishers police issued a Silver Alert on Friday because her parents fear for her safety.
These community members felt compelled to help.
"The outpouring for the family has been tremendous. Showing love and caring for the family," said volunteer David Delafield.
Friends and family of 18-year old Peyton Riekhof will meet at Holy Spirit at Geist Catholic Church to hold a candlelight vigil Saturday night in hopes that Peyton comes home soon.
Peyton Riekhof was last seen early Thursday morning, wearing black pants and a pink tank top.
Riekhof is five-eight and 140-pounds.
Anyone with information about Peyton is asked to call their local police department.
A pedestrian died after being struck by a sheriff's vehicle around 9:30 p.m. Thursday in the 5200 block of Madison Avenue on the south side of Indianapolis.