Volunteers hung new posters to bring awareness to the case of Thelma Krull.

The Winnipeg grandmother left her Harbourview home on July 11, 2015 for a hike, and has not been seen since.

Volunteers were given new posters that feature the clothing Krull was wearing when she disappeared. They were then assigned a neighbourhood.

“We wanted to come out here and make sure that we are putting up posters, that we’re covering all the area again,” said Krull’s friend and co-worker Connie Muscat.

Muscat and Robert Krull thanked volunteers for their help, and asked people to come forward with any information.

“We’re suffering here and we just want answers,” said Krull’s husband Robert Krull.

Krull’s glasses were found shortly after her disappearance in Valley Gardens. Robert Krull said they were the last concrete clue in Krull’s case.

“Nothing has changed since we found her glasses. That’s the last thing we know,” said Robert Krull.

He said someone must know something, and urged them to come forward.

“I haven’t given up hope. We haven’t given up hope,” said Robert Krull.

Volunteers Robin and Bill McCausland have been searching for Krull since her disappearance eight months ago.

They don’t know Krull, but say it’s important for community to stand together in the face of tragedy.

“We need to find Thelma and all missing people and bring them home to their families,” said Robin McCausland.

The couple runs a Facebook group called Thelma Krull Search Party that recruits volunteers and organizes searches for the missing women.

“Still check your backyards, check your shed, check your garage, we don’t know. There still might be an item of Thelma’s,” said Bill McCausland.

The Winnipeg Police Service also thanked the volunteers for their efforts.

“Winnipeg Police applaud volunteers who continue to search and assist the Krull family in finding answers,” Const. Eric Hofley said Saturday.

Krull’s case was initially a missing persons case, but the homicide unit took over about a week after her disappearance.