Saturday marks four years since the disappearance of Heather Higgins. The Spokane woman was last seen leaving her apartment off Maple and 10th. It's been a long four years for her mother, Jackie Forney, who is still pleading for her daughter's return.
?Nobody has forgotten her one inch,? Forney said.
It is still hard for Forney to talk about her blue-eyed, blonde-haired daughter without tearing up. Forney remembers every detail about the moment she knew something was wrong.
?Everybody is calling her, and they're getting the same straight to voice mail, and that's the way it stayed,? Forney said. "Everything went quiet."
There have been many theories about what happened to Higgins, but Forney says it's a mother's intuition that's telling her that Higgins didn't have a choice in the matter.
?I know somebody knows something,? Forney said. ?You don't have somebody just go poof and disappear.?
The Spokane Police Department is unable to give specifics into the investigation because it is currently open, but they want to assure everyone that this is not a cold case. They have not forgotten about Higgins.