Updated: 7/26/2013 6:20 P.M.
Signs along several area streets are there to remind people of a death which happened more than five years ago. They're located on Emerson Avenue, on U.S. 50, along with posters and banners.
So far, the only responses have been on a website in honor of the victim, judith petty.
"They will get on there and say, 'we're praying for you'," says Cheryl Ullom, Petty's sister, "and 'we hope you'll get the answers you need'."
It was in mid-February of 2008 when Petty's remains were found by a family member in a family-owned farm destroyed by a fire. She had been missing for several days before that. The signs are a way to keep the investigation in the public eye.
"We want answers and we're not getting them, and we're getting upset," Ullom says, "because we're told 'we'll get in contact with you every so often, to let you know how things are going'. But we don't get contacted."
Sheriff's office Chief Deputy Shawn Graham told us Friday there is no new information that has surfaced in the Petty investigation.
The signs post two numbers to call with information on the case.
One is the Wood County Sheriff's Office, at (304) 424-1834.
The other is the suspicious activity hotline, at (304) 834-3909.
A case gone cold.
"But what we're hoping for is that some way, some how, some body giving us information to help us get some closure," says Judith's mother Joan Petty.
On February 7, 2008, Parkersburg Police asked for help finding a missing woman. Judith Petty.
The next morning her father went to look for her at his farm and instead found the property on fire.
"It was still burning when he found it. And he's the one who found the rest of them and told them," she says.
Judith's remains were found in burning debris in what the family calls the cellar house.
They say she never would've gone in that building by herself. They believe she was murdered and the fire was a cover-up.
"We know they have been looking into it. And they need help. If there is somebody out there that knows what happened, knows people involved. We need them to contact the sheriff's department and come forward," says Judith's sister Wanda Petty.
Wood County Sheriff Jeff Sandy wasn't in office during the initial investigation, but has since worked with deputies on this case.
"We have interviewed numerous individuals and we have canvassed the area where the fire took place to determine if there were any potential witnesses available for us. Currently we're at a standstill in the investigation. We have exhausted all of our investigative leads," says Sandy.
Sheriff Sandy says an accelerant did start the fire, but they don't know whether it was used by someone starting a fire to stay warm or if it was an arsonist.
If you have any information on this case call the Wood County Sheriff's Office at 304-424-1834.