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Twenty years later, baby Sabrina Aisenberg’s disappearance still a mystery

TAMPA — The latest tip came through Facebook. A young woman wrote to Marlene Aisenberg that she could find no records or photos to document the first five months of her own life.

She knew about the Aisenbergs’ daughter, who vanished from a Valrico home 20 years ago this week.

Could the woman be baby Sabrina? She wondered.

In photographs, Steve and Marlene Aisenberg couldn’t discount a resemblance to their other two children, now in their 20s. It was enough for the woman to arrange for her DNA to be tested in a private lab, Steve Aisenberg said recently.

“Until we have more information, we’re cautiously optimistic,” he said.

But as they await word, Aisenberg said the couple tempers their hopes.

It is, after all, one more tip in a long list of leads. There are people who call and

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One year later, Robert Bee case still ‘one step at a time’

PEKIN — It was an unusually warm day last Nov. 17 when a Pekin boy did two things sadly typical of him.

He skipped school, then ran from home.

This time, 13-year-old Robert Bee Jr. did not return. The city hasn’t been the same since.

One year ago Friday, the mystery of Bee’s disappearance began — first as that of a youth who had run again from his troubled, unkempt home, then as the focus of unparalleled public concern, then (after eight months and a week) as a death investigation.

That’s where the case has stood since July 25, when police acknowledged that scattered skeletal remains — found the prior day in woods just off Illinois Route 29, about two miles south of Bee’s south side home — were likely those of the boy.

How the case might yet evolve, its lead investigator and the

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One year later, Robert Bee case still ‘one step at a time’ – Journal Star

PEKIN — It was an unusually warm day last Nov. 17 when a Pekin boy did two things sadly typical of him.

He skipped school, then ran from home.

This time, 13-year-old Robert Bee Jr. did not return. The city hasn’t been the same since.

One year ago Friday, the mystery of Bee’s disappearance began — first as that of a youth who had run again from his troubled, unkempt home, then as the focus of unparalleled public concern, then (after eight months and a week) as a death investigation.

That’s where the case has stood since July 25, when police acknowledged that scattered skeletal remains — found the prior day in woods just off Illinois Route 29, about two miles south of Bee’s south side home — were likely those of the boy.

How the case might yet evolve, its lead investigator and the

Read more at: http://www.pjstar.com/news/20171116/one-year-later-robert-bee-case-still-one-step-at-time

Missing for over a year and still no answers – Idaho Press

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Missing person alert cancelled, Billings teens still missing

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Missing person alert canceled, Billings teens still missing

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