The Action Cam was there as search crews used a drone to search Tyler State Park for 21-year-old Lindsey Piccone.
She wast last seen September 6 in Bensalem, and her car was later found abandoned in the park.
Earlier in the week, Lindsey's family looking for answers in her disappearance.
"There are still a lot of unanswered questions that I don't have. We still don't know where she is. Is she alive? Is she dead?" her mother Jeanette said in a Facebook Live video published Tuesday night on the Facebook page of Bucks Co News Feed, a local news source in Bucks County.
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Her parents spoke directly to their daughter.
"I want to reach out to her and say, 'Lindsey, we love you. If you could see this, please call us," Jeanette said in the Bucks Co News Feed video. "We miss you and we love you and we need you back home with us."
"I need you to come home and let's work it out. We're not mad. We're just saddened because you're missing," her father Paul said.
In the video, her cousin Heather said Lindsey left a note that was "very vague and implied a permanent goodbye, but it wasn't clear what she meant by that, if she wanted to harm herself or if she was running away."
The family says there is a $10,000 reward for any information leading to finding Lindsey.
Last week, the Bensalem police reissued a missing person's poster of Lindsey on their Facebook page.
Police say Lindsey's dogs and her cell phone were not with her when she went missing.
Lindsey is described as 5 foot 3 inches, 120 pounds, and was last seen wearing a black tank top.
Anyone with information should contact Bensalem police at 215-633-3719.
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