#ColdCase #Missing: Jennifer Lynn Lockwood, 42 ~ March 1, 2015 ~ #Mesa County, #Colorado
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4 days ago
#FOUND: Preston Cordova, 17, from #Littleton, #CO
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2 months ago
Ryder Eshelman Johnson
Age at time: 20 yrs old
Residence: Lafayette, CO
Weight: 155 lbs.
Clothing: A red and black coat with an
"Eldora Mountain Resort" ski jacket; black pants.
If info, or seen, please contact the Boulder County Sheriff's
Office at (303) 441-4444, or your local police. Anonymous tips to
Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) .
Case # 16-328
NamUs # 32288
Ryder was last seen leaving his job at Eldora at approximately 3
p.m. on Sunday, January 17, 2016. When he didn't show up that
afternoon as expected, he was reported missing.
At around 10 p.m. on Sunday, a deputy found Johnson's vehicle
parked at the Gross Dam overlook parking area. It was locked and
later learned to be operational. His cell phones were located in/
near his vehicle. Ryders Eldora Ski Resort ID was also located
near his vehicle. However his wallet and keys were not located.
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4 months ago
#MISSING! Nicole has been missing from Longmont, #Colorado for over two years. Her photo has been age-progressed to 18 years. She is 19 years old now. When she was last seen, her hair was dyed red....
4 months ago
#MISSING ALERT! Lashaya was last seen on July 15, 2016 in #Aurora, #Colorado. Anyone with information is urged to call 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678), or the Aurora Police Department (Colorado) 1...
4 months ago
You Could Be Enabling A Predator!
Please Stop writing Found or Located on missing teen Posters, when located safe! Please!
I will repeat this over and over and over until those who help families of missing teens understand this practice is dangerous! Many are continually doing this practice and may not realize just what they are doing.
They are taking missing posters, or photos, and adding "located" or "Found Safe" and circulating online... are literally taking very real teens , who obviously are vulnerable, troubled or having issues that they left home to begin with…(and I'm speaking of "missing teens who left home / ran away from home / and who were located safe) .and are promoting their names, their photos, their age, (many times their date of birth) as well as the city/state they live in … can literally be making those vulnerable teens as TARGETS for those who may be “scouting”, for vulnerable or troubled teens in their community, to abduct and truly bring them into the world of human trafficking.
I am going to assume that thought never dawned on such groups and that they truly THINK about what they are doing when doing such practices. This is one reason the National Center for Missing and Exploited delete posters and merely states no longer in system.
If you're a parent of a located teen, be sure you not allow anyone to write that on your child's poster, or photo. A mere "located safe", typed out in a post, suffices.
Should you find a LostNMissing poster with "safe" or "located" please let us know so that we may contact whomever wrote it to remove.
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5 months ago