Sarah Kinslow Missing teen from Texas since 2001

Missing Person Texas

UPDATE 9/11/15:  The family of Sarah are trying to raise money to do a search for Sarah.

Sarah Kinslow was last seen at Greenville Middle School at 7:00 a.m. on May 1, 2001.  She did not go to her classes that day and planned to meet friends at a local cemetery.  Her friends said she never showed up and she has not been heard from since.

Her scent was tracked two blocks from the school and ended.  This would indicate that she was picked up by a car.  A witness said they saw Sarah get into an older model light blue Ford truck at 3:30 p.m. and was driven by a man in his 30’s, with dark brown hair and pencil mustache.

Later she was thought to have been seen at a phone booth in Caddo Mills, Texas.

Curtis Wayne Bell, 18, was arrested a week later for sexual assault of a child and during that investigation found he had been sexually involved with Sarah.  Bell was also one of the friends that she was suppose to meet that day.  Sarah had written in her diary that Curtis and her would run away to Mexico to get married.   Several of the friends that said they knew nothing of her disappearance failed polygraph tests.

In 2012, Curtis Wayne Bell, 29, from Quinlan had probation on a charge of sexual assault of a child revoked and was sentenced to nine years in prison.

Name:  Sarah Kinslow
Missing From: Greenville,Texas
Missing Since: 05/01/01
Classification: Missing
Age at disappearance: 14
Date of Birth: 06/14/86
White Female
Height: 5’4
Weight: 105 lbs
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Blonde
Nickname:Chiquita
Details of Disappearance
Sarah was last seen in Greenville, Texas and has not been seen since. Sarah has a tattoo of the letter “I” on the inside of her ankle, a chicken pox scar on her left temple, and her teeth are crooked.
Investigative Agency
Greenville Police Department (Texas)
903-457-2900
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