Body Found Behind Moog Factory in NC

At 10 a.m this Memorial Day morning, someone by the Moog building in Asheville, NC spotted the body of a woman. Police say she appears to have been in her early 40s. An autopsy is pending and should be complete in the next day or two. Investigators are considering it a suspicious death. While authorities are following several leads, the…

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Missing In North Texas (MINT) Event This Saturday Hopes to Bring Closure to Grieving Families


In Dallas-Fort Worth, this Saturday, the third annual missing in north Texas event will convene to help connect families to their lost and missing loved ones. The event, called MINT for short, is hosted and run by the national missing and unidentified person system (NamUs) which is also based in Fort Worth. The event gathers individuals so that they may…

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3rd Annual Missing In New Jersey Event

Saturday, May 18th, 2019 New Jersey State Police will hold their 3rd annual Missing In New Jersey event. It will be held at Rutgers-Newark School of Criminal Justice from 1pm-5pm. New Jersey families will be able to help solve missing person cases by providing data such as x-rays, fingerprints and other biometrics. In 2017 a woman aided in her brother…

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The Big Search KC Results!

From October 18-20, volunteers canvassed areas around Kansas City, Missouri, distributing information about missing children. The three day event resulted in 53 total leads, and 32 of them forwarded to police as they required action. Also found from these efforts were two 17-year-old girls. Amanda Davis had been missing since September.  Shallamar Novak had been missing since June. Both were…

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Missouri Missing Co-Founder Looking To Purchase Home Where Daughter Was Killed

This trailer home and its small plot of land in Ivy Bend, Missouri is finally for sale- and Marianne Asher-Chapman has been waiting to purchase it. This October 25th marks fifteen years since her daughter, Angie Yarnell disappeared. Her husband pleaded guilty to manslaughter. years later. Michael Yarnell was released in 2013 but still never led investigators to Angie’s remains….

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Oklahoma proposes Francine’s Law, named for Francine Frost


Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter, recently announced plans for new legislation that would require all state agencies to enter all missing and unidentified persons into the NamUs database within 30 days. Standing by his side was the Frost family, hoping that Francine’s Law will give other families answers, sooner. On February 16, 1981, Francine Frost left to go grocery shopping,…

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Missouri’s Missing and Unidentified

Please support a state level legislation to Help Find The Missing, to reunite Missouri missing persons to their families. NamUs, the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System was launched in 2007. It can be used by everyone from law enforcement to family members at no cost. NamUs provides a unified database for records and offers forensic services, investigative support and…

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