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Tag: missing person

Elderly Location Devices: A Lifesaving Solution

Dementia is a progressive disease caused by the human brain’s natural decline as we continue to grow older. The elderly may soon find themselves unable to function as well as they did before, and it may lead to frustration and …

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One of the State’s 550 Missing People

Roy T. Blair strapped a resting sack to the back of his bike, which he borrowed from his sibling at $20, and went for an adventure on the open road in 1988. He never got his last paycheck, and following …

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Search Continues for Missing Teen

Police in Vallejo, California, are still looking for a missing 15-year-old lady after a shootout killed the suspected abductor. Pearl Pinson was seen last at around 7:00 a.m. on Wednesday, May 25, 2016, in a showdown with 19-year-old Fernando Castro …

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Plans to Look for Missing Mom Aborted

Marisol Espinosa had been missing for a month, and North Texas drone pilots planned to start a search for her, but the plans were canceled and it is unclear if they are going to use the drones to search for …

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Authorities Perplexed by Missing Florida Nurse

A sheriff described Tricia Williams Todd’s disappearance as “perplexing and mystifying.” The Florida sheriff in charge of the hunt said that the disappearance of the 30-year-old Air Force veteran, mother, and nurse is “very suspicious” and is suspected to be …

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Exhibition Reveals Missing People

After over 2 years since his mentally challenged elder brother went missing, Pradhikaran-based man gets to know that he has died that same day he got lost after he visited a place where an Exhibition revealed missing people cases. Neelkanth (50), the brother …

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Police Continue Search for Missing Persons

The police reported on Sunday, July 17, 2016, that a 13-year-old girl from Mackay and a 14-year-old boy from Acacia Ridge who were among the five persons missing in Queensland on Saturday have been located. However, an extensive land search …

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