WASHINGTON (Gray DC) – A Michigan cold case gets colder, but national investigators aren’t giving up on finding three missing boys.
With every passing day, the chances of finding a missing child go down.
The Skelton brothers of Morenci, Michigan disappeared in 2010, and investigators concede time is not on their side. “But it doesn’t mean that the lights go out,” said Bob Lowery with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Lowery is a vice president with NCMEC’s Missing Child Division. He said he thought a recent lead might finally provide answers in the Skelton case.
Last year, authorities in Missoula, Montana discovered the remains of three children. “Other than the Skelton children, we’re not aware of three other children that are missing who would be related,” said Lowery.
But Lowery remained skeptical though. Andrew, Alexander, Tanner and rest of the
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