It's been five weeks since Caleb Diehl went missing. Diehl is the 18-year-old high school senior who was last seen in Nocona on Monday, March 30th.
Newschannel 6 talked to Caleb's mother and sister on Wednesday, who say that they are still looking for answers as to where he might be.
“We're just going to keep going. We're not going to quit," said Caleb's sister, Aly Forster.
“He [Caleb] wasn't afraid of anything, he is the youngest of five, he just loved his family and he loved being active," said Caleb's mother, Tami Diehl.
Caleb went missing two weeks after his 18th birthday. Before his disappearance, his family had plans.
“It was right before Easter and her [Caleb's mother] birthday, my sister's birthday, my son's birthday, his sister was coming up from school for the first time since Christmas. He doesn't miss family things. Just based on a lot of other circumstances and a lot of other things that have come up, it's hard to believe that he would've just left us," said Forster.
Caleb's mother and sister suspect foul play.
“We've been forced to believe that a very trusted family friend has been involved and we want him to come forward and admit it. We want him to tell us where he is because everything the police has checked out, has led back to that as being the strongest possibility," said Diehl.
Until Caleb's family gets more information about Caleb's whereabouts, they're still holding out hope.
“If anybody knows anything to please, let us know,” said Diehl.
Someone has to know something. We've got to find my brother, her son," said Forster.
Caleb's mother also told Newschannel 6 that he did have plans to go to Colorado or California after he graduated. However, she says that there is no way that Caleb would have left to go to these places without the things that he valued.
Caleb is 6'2 and weighs 145 lbs. If you know where he is, call the Nocona Police Department at (940) 825-3281. You can also call the Texas Rangers (214) 816-2360. You never have give your name. A reward is being offered for information leading to Caleb's whereabouts.
In addition to the Texas Rangers, the Nocona Police Department is working with the District Attorney, the F.B.I. and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.