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Day: December 9, 2011

Lorill Sinclaire: Missing woman from Redmond

The authorities are searching for missing Lorill Sinclaire, AKA as Lorill Bryden, 48 from Redmond, Washington.  She was last seen around 3:00 p.m. on November 8 near Factoria Mall in Bellevue.  Her car is a 1991 burgundy Ford Escort and it was found on 124th Avenue., S.E. Sinclaire is 5’8′ tall, 145 pounds, with blonde/auburn […]

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Susan Selby: Missing from Vancouver, car found in Oregon

Update: Susan Selby was located in Gresham, Ore., according to a bulletin from the Vancouver Police Department.  She was fine and is safe. Susan Selby, aka as Susan Lane, 40, from Vancouver, Washington left her home on Sunday to go Christmas shopping, but she never returned. Susan’s silver 2005 Honda Civic was found in Gresham, […]

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Megan Carol Williams: Missing new mother from Georgia

Update: Megan called home last night (Sunday) and she is now safe at home. A new mother of a two month old baby from Cairo, Georgia is missing. Megan Carol Williams, 19, is a new mother.  She drove to the Walmart in Cairo, Georgia to buy baby items on Sunday, November 20.  A surveillance video […]

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Teen calls and leaves message she was abducted FOUND

UPDATE:  Police following up on their investigation went to a house on the 100 block of Bolton Way in Vallejo and found Christina there.  The police arrested two people and ended up killing a pitbull. Later that evening the two people were let go, and Christina was interviewed. That are still trying to determine what […]

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Shannon Bermingham: Missing from Naples, Florida

Update:  Shannon has contacted her family and law enforcement to tell them she’s safe. Shannon Bermingham, 30, was last seen on Saturday on Sunshine Blvd. and Sunset Road in Naples, Florida. Dawn Pickard, Shannon’s mother is worried that Grant McCoy, Shannon’s boyfriend may have something to do with her disappearance, and some of her friends […]

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