UPDATE | Remembering a woman missing for a year

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- UPDATE 4/17/19 @ 5:19 p.m.
Wednesday marks exactly one year since Breanna Pugh, who was only 26, disappeared.

Pugh was reported missing by her family on April 22, 2018.

Jessica Hensley, Pugh's aunt, has been searching for her since she went missing.

Pugh's family and friends gathered Wednesday at the GoMart on Washington Street in Charleston's West Side to send off balloons in Pugh's honor.

"I just want her to know that she's loved and she's missed and if she can hear me, fight to try to find your way back. I'm not going to stop," Hensley said.

Hensley says Pugh's hangout spot was in the area of Washington and Lee streets in Charleston's West Side, which made it the perfect spot to release balloons for Pugh.

Each balloon had a message for Pugh in hopes one of them would bring her back home safely.

Anyone with information is asked to notify the Charleston Police Department.

Police are asking for the public's help in finding a woman missing from Charleston.

Breeanna Pugh, 26, was reported missing by her family on April 22.

Pugh is known to be seen on Charleston’s West side.

Pugh is described as 5’02” tall and is 110 pounds.

Pugh frequents the area around Washington St. W. and Lee St. W.

If you have seen her or know her whereabouts, you're urged to contact the Charleston Police Department at (304) 348-8111.

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