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Search for long missing Michigan teens continues after investigative dead-end

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

Read more at: http://www.abc12.com/content/news/Search-for-long-missing-Michigan-teens-continues-after-investigative-dead-end-474089943.html

Search for long missing Michigan teens continues after investigative … – WILX

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

Read more at: http://www.wilx.com/content/news/474106503.html

Search for long missing Michigan teens continues after investigative dead-end – WILX

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

Read more at: http://www.wilx.com/content/news/474106503.html

Police search continues for missing Stockton mother

STOCKTON — Police officers have met with the family of missing Stockton woman Ashley Holloway and are checking the last known locations where she was known to have visited, a department spokesman said Tuesday.

“She has not come across our radar” since she disappeared the evening of Feb. 4, Officer Joe Silva said.

Holloway, 30 and the mother of three girls, went outside her east Stockton home at the conclusion of the Super Bowl to walk the family dog and simply “vanished,” her mother Kimberly Holloway said this week. The dog returned to the house but Ashley did not.

The family initially notified the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office of Ashley’s disappearance and then learned the case fell in the jurisdiction of the Stockton Police Department. Family members combed the neighborhood around Ashley’s home at Searchlight Avenue and East Anderson Street,

Read more at: http://www.recordnet.com/news/20180213/police-search-continues-for-missing-stockton-mother

Concern grows as search continues for missing 14-year-old from Portland

Hilda Vanessa Sanaguaray-Upaya got into an argument with her family and fled the Northgate Shopping Center in Portland on Jan. 27.

Two weeks later, Portland police are still searching for the 14-year-old Deering High School freshman, and police and school officials are increasingly concerned about her safety.

Hilda Vanessa Sanaguaray-Upaya


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Sanaguaray-Upaya has not been seen or heard from since, police say. She left her cellphone at home, has no access to credit or debit cards and was carrying very little money.

Her family, meanwhile, has become increasingly worried, said Lt. Robert Martin, a spokesman for the Portland Police Department.

“They’re extremely upset,” Martin said of her parents. “They’re doing everything they can. Daily, we have sometimes multiple contact with them.”

Officers have interviewed Sanaguaray-Upaya’s family members, who all have been cooperative in the search.

Family members declined a request to be interviewed for this story.

Her school

Read more at: https://www.pressherald.com/2018/02/09/concern-grows-as-search-continues-for-missing-14-year-old-from-portland/

Search continues for missing 17-year-old in west Houston


HOUSTON – Texas EquuSearch on Sunday launched an active search for 17-year-old Wilson Stratton.

Stratton was last seen in the west Houston area on Jan. 19. His disappearance is “very concerning, and uncharacteristic of (his) actions or habits,” an organizer with Texas EquuSearch said.

Stratton is described as having short brown hair, green eyes and fair skin. He

Read more at: https://www.click2houston.com/news/texas-equusearch-searches-for-17-year-old-from-west-houston

Search continues for missing Spearfish man

DEADWOOD — Deadwood police continue to track down leads in the case of a missing Spearfish man, but those tips are “all over the map,” Police Chief Kelly Fuller said.

Fuller said Christopher Oien, 28, who went missing Jan. 13, was last seen around 1:44 a.m. in a video taken from the welcome center in Deadwood. Oien was on video walking up Volin Street up toward Williams Street.

Minutes before, Oien was seen on the roof of the Deadwood Gulch Saloon. Fuller said Oien jumped from the roof, a 15- to 20-foot drop, got up and “appeared as though he was running from something.” He ran along the Lower Main Street area where he disappeared walking up Volin Street. Oien was alone in the videos no one appeared to be chasing him.

“Until we have something more concrete, we’ve exhausted our search area,” Fuller said. 

He added that the department is looking at getting

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Hunt for Chile dog Rock continues in Paraparaumu, 2 months on

It has now been an agonising two months since a much-loved border collie from Paraparaumu Beach went missing.

Flavia Wolf and Cris Avila have been relentless in trying to find Chile-born Rock after he vanished from their fenced Rua Rd property in Paraparaumu Beach on November 11.

The local search, which has been regularly tweaked, has now spread across New Zealand as the couple think he might have been taken out of the district.

Each veterinary clinic in the country as well as council has been contacted to keep an eye out for 7-year-old Rock.

Rock has a black back, a white mane and completely white front legs. His tail was broken as a puppy and he’s unable to wag it.

And a band of about 30 volunteers have been putting posters up in

Read more at: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11976503

Search continues for missing Eufaula persons

The Eufaula Police Department continue to search for two missing Eufaula men that disappeared from the area, one just months ago, the other close to two years ago. Information on a missing Eufaula woman, Lisa Wallace, is also continually being sought.

The most recent missing person the EPD is looking for is Benjamin “Benny” Moore, also known to many as “Pig”. Moore was reportedly last seen on Nov. 7 while walking the streets of Eufaula. His sister reported him missing two days later on Nov. 9 after he failed to show up at her house during the first week of the month, as was his normal routine. When he wasn’t at his sister’s home, his normal routine consisted of hanging out at the convenience stores along Highway 431.

No new leads have surfaced in Moore’s disappearance according to Sgt. Donald Brown of the CID Unit of the Eufaula Police Department. “We continue

Read more at: http://www.dothaneagle.com/eufaula_tribune/search-continues-for-missing-eufaula-persons/article_de2a6718-f264-11e7-888b-cbc43e8aec67.html