Working to Find the Missing


February 7, 2012 by msashtonwriter

We, as a nation, are broken hearted when we hear about people gone missing, especially when it concerns children. Regrettably, the end result is sometimes tragic. The most recent cases that have crossed our television screens are Aliahna Lemmon and Caylee Anthony.

At times it seems as if some vanish just into thin air—like Jhessye Shockley, Ayla Reynolds, and Lisa Irwin. This is just to name a few, and unfortunately the number of missing person cases continues to grow. The majority of them are left unsolved.

If you and your family are seeking another avenue to help find your loved one, Solving Missing Person Cases with NamUs provides information on what you all can do to possibly bring yourselves some closure. This article was provided by Joe Giacalone.

2 thoughts on “Working to Find the Missing

  1. forensics4fiction says:

    An important post Marguerite, thank you. These are some of toughest cases to deal with emotionally as a law enforcement officer. Another great read is the new book Cold Case Research by Silvia Pettem. Here’s a link for anyone interested.

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