"We've tried to run down those leads, and unfortunately none of them have ever panned out", said Jeff Bell, lead detective on Servo's case, back in 2011.
You can still see her face on websites like America's Most Wanted, and Abilene Crime Stoppers, for those who refuse to give up on finding her killer.
"I'm still certain something is going to come through one of these days", said Bell.
"I'm convinced that someday they will solve this case", says former news anchor, Downing Bolls, who worked with Servo.
With ambitions to become a reporter for national news, instead, it was her own tragic story that made headlines for several media outlets around the country.
Without closure, it's difficult for detectives and community members alike to move past the knowledge that Servo's killer hasn't been brought to justice.
"Everybody that's worked really hard on this case, wants to see this thing come through", Bell has said.
"In the news business, we like to see stories played out till the end. And sometimes there is no end to that story", explained Bolls.
And now marks ten years from that day Servo never showed up at work, unknowing her journey would be cut short.
Even though the case is ten years old, Abilene Police are still asking for any new information on the death of Jennifer Servo. If you know anything, call crime stoppers at 676-TIPS.