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A photo of Sarah Johnson's 15-year-old son Dorian. A photo of Sarah Johnson's 15-year-old son Dorian.

CORDOVA, Md.- Nothing will heal the void in Sarah Johnson's heart. The void began in August of 2011 when her then 15-year-old son Dorian disappeared.

"You wake up every morning and it starts all over again, the where is he, is he OK, is he warm, is he fed?" Johnson said.

No one knows for sure what exactly happened to Dorian. Police say every possibility is being explored at this time. That night, Dorian got into an argument with his grandmother and stormed off. He hasn't been seen or heard from since.

"It breaks my heart to know that's the last words we had," said Dorian's grandmother Brenda Johnson.

Deputies with the Talbot County Sheriff's Office have spent hundreds of hours searching for Dorian and call his disappearance very unusual.

"He is not in any database anywhere, he doesn't have a driver's license. He had a cellphone at the time but the cellphone ran out of minutes within in days," said Lt. John Bollinger of the Sheriff's Office. "He has no communication and the difficulties in that are unbelievable and it's a very unusual case."

Dorian's disappearance has everyone baffled. His family will hold a fundraiser on Saturday, Aug. 22, at the VFW post in Easton starting at 5 p.m.

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