***MISSING*** APOPKA, FLORIDA--- IZAR G. SANCHEZ, age 14. Has been missing since November 25, 2015.
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12 hours ago
*** MISSING ***
Aaliyah Danielle Cline, Age 19 from Bethlehem, NC (Alexander County) was last seen around 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 26, 2017 in the Heritage Farm Road area. Aaliyah may also go by the name of Leelee. Please share!
Please call the Alexander County Sheriff’s Office at (828) 632-2911 with any information about her whereabouts.
#OurMissingHearts #Missing #aaliyadaniellecline #aaliyahcline #northcarolina #alexandercounty #charlottenc #hickorync #bethlehem
Charlotte, North Carolina Alexander County Sheriff's Office WBTV News NBC Charlotte WHKY Foothills Live Police Scanner Missing in North Carolina Hickory Police Department - Official The Observer News Enterprise
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12 hours ago
can you post this for me on this site im his wife ..and trying to get as much media as i can...BILLYGENEHAMMONDS MISSING PERSON ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
Where were his last where abouts?
The girls were seen Friday night with a black man in a dark red SUV. They were seen at a Marathon and minutes later at the McDonald's across from it (or vise versa) in Dandridge, TN. These places are right by the interstate heading towards NC. Everyone please SHARE! ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
UPDATE: Girls have been found safe... 3/14/2017: Both girls have been located at a Pigeon Forge area Kroger Thanks to all who shared.
4 weeks ago
A NCMEC facial reconstruction featured in a local newspaper broke open a 1984 cold case.
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office and North Carolina Office of the Chief Medical Examiner has announced the identification of the John Doe found in Glenville in 1984 as missing 16-year-old James “Jimmy” Allen Reymer.
Evidence suggested the John Doe may have had ties to Streamwood, Illinois and Memphis, Tennessee. In 2015, NCMEC featured the boy’s facial reconstruction on its social media platforms and pushed information out to media outlets in those two areas.
A classmate of Jimmy Reymer saw the #NCMEC facial reconstruction featured in the Daily Herald (here: goo.gl/mUWfpx) and recognized him instantly. The classmate contacted NCMEC and reported the tip.
Jimmy went missing from #Memphis, Tennessee in June of 1983 and was never heard from again. Jimmy was living with a family friend in Memphis at the time he disappeared but was originally from #Streamwood, Illinois.
Over the next two years NCMEC staff and authorities with Memphis PD, Streamwood PD, and Jackson County Sheriff’s Office thoroughly followed up on the tip. A combination of the information developed and forensic evaluations provided strong evidence for North Carolina authorities to make the identification with support of Jimmy’s family.
While many agencies helped resolve this lead, we are extremely thankful of the classmate that made that initial tip that helped find a 16-year-old that had been missing for 33 years. ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
Located . Please pray for the family ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago