A spokesperson for the family, Sarah Haynes, has said the family does not believe Konkol is involved in Eller’s disappearance, and her father, John Eller, previously told PEOPLE, “There’s been absolutely zero indication of any foul play or involvement on his part — or anybody’s part for that matter.”

Maui police did not immediately respond to a request for comment from PEOPLE.

Recently released surveillance footage showed Eller in workout gear heading to the Haiku Post Office the morning she vanished.

 

She was apparently sending a Mother’s Day package, according to a Facebook page dedicated to finding Eller. Her family said she may be injured in the forest.

“Hope is not lost,” Konkol told ABC. “There’s still so much of a chance that we can find her.”

“Amanda is one of the most amazing people I know,” he added. “She’s radiantly beautiful — driven, successful, intelligent, super kind, loving, just overall wants to live the best life she can live.”

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