Ray Villeda, NBC 5 News
Hundreds of people have been coming to Daffron Elementary School, a mile or so from the Klein home to pick up maps and go search for Janice Klein.
Robert Klein had few words Sunday morning as people started showing up to try to help find his wife.
"There are no words to describe the numbness that we feel without our wife, mother, daughter, friend," said Klein. "We're devastated to know Janice has been missing since Friday but we're grateful and will forever be in awe of the love of our friends and our community."
Janice Klein disappeared Friday. She is 37-years-old, blonde with blue eyes, stand 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs about 150 pounds. She was last seen wearing a green shirt and grey pants.
On Sunday, the family released a recent home video from a cruise they took.
This comes after reports of a sighting near the corner of Preston Road and Charles Place. Police also went back to Williams-Sonoma at Park and Preston.
Police say the sightings trend South. On Sunday, Dallas police offered to help, looking at areas bordering the Collin County city.
Plano police say a helicopter belonging to Ross Perot was used as well.
As about a thousand volunteers scoured the area, police searched cell phones and a computer for any clues of Klein's vanishing.
Police said she was last seen Friday afternoon. They say she told her daughter she was going to sit out in the backyard and has not been seen since.
The search was called off around 10 p.m. on Sunday and will pick up again Monday morning.
Jill Kennedy is one of the many people who showed up who wanted to do something to help the cause.
"I'm here because Janice is my friend," said Kennedy before heading out with another friend to search. "I can't imagine what's happened to her and I can't imagine what's going on in the Klein house so this is a very tiny little bit that I can do."