SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – After looking for missing Provo woman Elizabeth Elena Salgado for two and a half months, some volunteers have quit the search effort.

The 26 year old woman from Mexico had only been in Provo a few weeks before she disappeared on April 16th. She has not been seen or heard from since despite large scale searches, distribution of thousands of flyers, social media postings and a billboard along Interstate 15.

Two volunteers told ABC4 News they have doubts about the actions of Elizabeth’s uncles, Rosemberg and Rudemberth Salgado, brothers of her mother Libertad Salgado Figueroa.

Juan Manuel Ruiz, Chairman of the Board of the Latin American Chamber of Commerce, says his organization donated time, money and volunteers to the search effort but stopped a few weeks ago.

“There were a couple of instances where people would approach us saying ‘Well the family says that nobody is helping them’,” Mr. Ruiz “When that started to happen I started to feel like there was some sort of victimism going on and I just didn’t want to be a part of something like that.”

The GoFundMe.com Find Elizabeth Salgado page started by Rosemberg currently has $12,529 in donations. A former volunteer who did not want to be identified told me the family has also received donations of cash, housing, travel, meals and flyers.

“If there is overexposure and too much help, that may turn the tables around,” Ruiz said. “And make them more ‘Hey this is a great business’ kind of a thing.”

While admitting he doesn’t know what happened, Ruiz wonders about Rosemberg and Rudemberth Salgado.

“One of them was really close to her and the last message was sent to him. The last phone call was sent to him,” Ruiz said. “There are just so many things that just don’t make sense that it almost makes you feel like ‘Is it possible she went with somebody she trusted?’ ‘Is it possible that when she got in somebody’s car or if she entered somebody’s house with somebody she didn’t feel threatened by and ended up being the opposite?'”

In a phone interview, Rosemberg Salgado denied he or his brother had anything to do with their niece’s disappearance and said their accusers are just trying to get attention and hurt the family.

“We’ve already talked to the lawyer regarding that,” Salgado said, “Because of the fact that if they don’t know anything for sure they shouldn’t be talking about things like that and especially blaming people and they have absolutely nothing to do with it but when Elizabeth comes back home, you know hopefully she will be found soon, she will actually clear everything. We pray that we will find her soon and basically clear everything for the community, who took her and what happened to her.”

Lt. Brandon Post of the Provo Police Department says that for thoroughness they are investigating everyone who knows Elizabeth.

Rosemberg Salgado says the family is launching a social media effort to get Elizabeth’s photo and information out. He met with Facebook officials last week in California.

Donors and local businesses are offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to Elizabeth’s return.