It's been five years since John and Elizabeth Calvert mysteriously disappeared from Hilton Head Island and still no answers.
"It's a beautiful couple and we are just surprised nothing has happened," said Hilton Head Resident Marcia Newcomb. "I mean nothing, we have heard about it.
"They moved here about a 1.5 years ago and bought Harbour town," said Piggly Wiggly Owner David Martin. "Pretty important. A lot of people loved them. We all knew them. They were a great power couple.
While the couple has been declared legally dead. Investigators are still looking for answers. In 2010 they formed a cold case review team to look over the case.
"I think they are trying," said Martin. "I think it is bigger than we are on Hilton Head and I think the sheriff's department was a little over their head at some point. They tried hard and tried to do the right thing. It was an interesting case. Very few clues. Alot of dead ends and a lot of things didn't make sense and still doesn't make sense."
Their only lead, Dennis Gerwing, the last person to have seen the Calverts alive, killed himself after being named a person of interest early in the investigation. Beaufort County Sheriff deputies believe the Calverts were going to confront Gerwing about missing money from their accounts, when they went missing.
"There were rumors all over town, he had something to do with it," said Resident Donna Zigelstein. the next thing we know he committed suicide and we didn't know what happened. The whole community wants to know what happened to them.
Some believe they will never know.
"Too many dead ends," said Martin. "It was very clean when they went missing. Dennis's death was very clean, not much to go on.
"I hope the family gets some closure, because they need that," said Newcomb.
We were unable to reach Beaufort County Sheriff P.J. Tanner for the latest on this case.