Just hours before Gary Giordano is set to be free from an Aruba jail, the family of missing Maryland woman Robyn Gardner has released a statement to ABC News saying they are disappointed at the lack of answers about how she disappeared.
"Needless to say, our family is very disappointed that even after all this time, we are no closer to finding out what happened to our Robyn," Kelly Reed, Gardner's cousin, told ABC News in a statement today. "We trust that the FBI and the Aruban authorities will continue their fervent efforts to investigate her disappearance."
Giordano, the lone suspect in Gardner's disappearance, is scheduled to be released at about 8 p.m. this evening and expected to leave the island immediately, before an appeals council can be convened to review the decision to free him. He has been held as a suspect in Gardner's disappearance since she vanished in August.