EULESS — The mother of a missing 25-year-old is once again back in Tarrant County, searching and praying for any sign of her vibrant daughter.

Typhenie Johnson vanished in October of 2016. Her one-time boyfriend, Chris Revill, remains jailed on a kidnapping charge.

But in the 27 months she disappeared, there has been not one sign of Johnson.

Deb Johnson Strub recently drove back to North Texas from her home in South Dakota.

She spent hours on Saturday outside of AT&T Stadium handing out missing posters with daughter's image.

"I'll fight to my dying days until I find my daughter," Strub told WFAA. "I probably handed out 300 of them."

While volunteer search crews have spent weekends each of those 27 months looking for Johnson, Strub says there remains few leads.

They have narrowed the search to wooded areas near I-30 and Cooks Lane.

Even still, she holds out faint hope that her daughter may actually be alive somewhere.

"I feel pain and suffering," Strub said. "I don't feel death. I believe she is out there somewhere."

The case against Revill recently came under scrutiny, when his defense attorneys filed a motion to dismiss it because of "prosecutorial misconduct." They allege a prosecutor with the Tarrant County District Attorney's Office hid results of DNA tests that are favorable for Revill.

A hearing on the dismissal is set for later this month, another reason Strub has come back to town.

"I want to be there," she said. "I just want him to see me, and see how much anger he has created, and how much hurt he has created."

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