Missing Person of the Week https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/ Missing Person of the Week Missing Person of the Week (5) Luke Degerness Prince George BC JUne 7th 2007 AMPFTM 7 YEARS TOO LONG - PLEASE CALL HOME Luke, all things can be worked out, all things can be forgiven. Just please call home. You are loved and missed more than you know. Lucas J. Degerness 6/07/07 Prince George, BC, Canada http://vacpc.org/missing-child-luke-degerness/ I ask that you please share Luke's story. Will you please share? One tip...that's all it takes. Thank You! On the morning of June 7th, 2007, 14 year old Lucas James Degerness attended school at Prince George Secondary, where he and his mother attended a meeting with the Vice-Principal regarding his performance in class. Following the meeting, Lucas was asked to return to class, but never did. This would be the last time his mother saw him. The following day, Lucas was reported missing to the Prince George RCMP after he also failed to return home. The investigation has found that Lucas spent the night of June 7th with a friend, but there have been no confirmed sightings of Lucas since. Numerous leads have been followed up, including many possible sightings in the Prince George area. In those cases, it has been determined that the sightings were of a similar looking person and not Lucas. As a result of information received, the investigation led to the search of the Hudson Bay Slough in November of 2010. This search did not produce any evidence to further this investigation. In all investigations, the RCMP will follow-up on all credible information. The Prince George RCMP believe this anniversary is a good opportunity to look back to the days leading up to and shortly after Lucas? disappearance. We are confident that someone has information that can further this investigation and we are asking those persons to come forward. The information may seem insignificant, but investigators may find it to be the piece of the puzzle that they, and Lucas? family, are looking for. Degerness?s mom believes her son is somewhere in the Lower Mainland, but can?t search forever. There are many ways to provide information that may benefit the investigation. If you have any information about Lucas James Degerness or where he might be, please contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300, anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), online at www.pgcrimestoppers.bc.ca, or Text-A-Tip to 274637 (CRIMES) using keyword ?pgtips?, or anonymously contact the Missing Children Society of Canada at 1-800-661-6160 or email a tip to tips@mcsc.ca. File # Prince George 2007-20640 2012-06-07 07:26 PDT Released by Cpl. Craig Douglass Media Relations Officer Prince George RCMP princegeorge.rcmp.ca 999 Brunswick Street, Prince George, BC V2L 2C3 Office: (250) 561-3321 Cell: (250) 640-1758 Fax: (250) 562-8331 (93) Luke Degerness is still missing - Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/12595090622/?fref=ts Source Grace Flynn June 7 at 6:29pm https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=193193292 193193292 Missing Person of the Week (4) AMPFTM #Missing #Person of the #Week #IsabelCelis 6 #Tucson #Arizona April 20th,2012 2 years later, Isabel Celis' parents speak out Becky and Sergio Celis think a family member might have information about what happened to their daughter. TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - It's been two years since a Tucson family woke up to find their 6-year-old daughter missing from her bed. Isabel Celis remains missing after a massive search. Earlier this year police returned to her neighborhood in another operation to find clues. In all, Tucson Police detectives have investigated more than 2,100 leads and interviewed 42 people potentially connected to her disappearance. With still no trace of the girl, her family continues to hold onto hope that she's alive. Becky and Sergio Celis think a family member might have information about what happened to her. They say the person is an extended family member who promptly left Tucson one week after Isabel went missing. The Celises say this person has a troubled past and that he had a key to their home because he used to live there for about a year. They won't go so far as to say he's the person who kidnapped their daughter, but they do wonder why he left the state so unexpectedly, and reportedly got an attorney the moment investigators started asking questions. "I have no idea," Becky Celis said. "It could be something as simple as protecting themselves from something else, from actually something that happened, they're involved in. "Just want to find out what they know. Could either open or close that door, you know, of us going the right direction to find Isa or knowing that that door does not lead us anywhere and let us go someplace different." Tucson Police won't comment on the out-of-state relative, but they do confirm they've done interviews with people in California, Texas and Washington. http://www.tucsonnewsnow.com/story/25336318/2-years-later-isabel-celis-parents-speak-out Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=4037121174425&set=o.380121855366359&type=3&theater ? with Liz Hagan in Tucson, AZ, United States. https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=193120425 193120425 Missing Person of the Week (3) AMPFTM #Missing #Person of the #Week #JessieFoster (original May 25th)(deleted in error) Jessie's story is a terrifying one,that could happen to anyone, She met a man ,fell in love and became engaged to marry.He brought her on vacations.lavished her with gifts and he lured her to Nevada. Once there -the nightmare began. Prostitution,arrests and beatings .Then one day ,Jessie disappeared. No calls, no happy voice of their beloved daughter and sister. Just an emptyness and pain, that will never go away, until Jessie is found. Please, Please help find Jessie. Share her pic and story. Help her mother Glendene Grant -who has helped so many others, bring her beautiful daughter home,where she belongs,with her family Thank-you It is Jessie's birthday May 27th Please share her pic and story JESSIE FOSTER VANISHING POINT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpa2N6Dsf_g#t=119 https://www.facebook.com/AMILLIONpftMISSING/photos/a.1401798200073519.1073741825.1401797600073579/1436601626593176/?type=1&theater https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=193120426 193120426 Missing Person of the Week (2) AMPFTM #Missing #Person of the week #Brooklyn,#NewYork PATRICK KENNEDY ALFORD 7 years old Jan 22, 2010 For Jennifer Rodriguez the pain of her son Patrick Alford?s disappearance still sears. ?I pray that Patrick is out there somewhere. I just want my son back,? she told CBS 2′s Maurice Dubois, ?I think about my son every day. There?s not one day or one moment I don?t go without thinking about my son.? Four Years Later Search For Missing Boy, Patrick Alford, May Be Heating Up February 24, 2014 11:30 PM http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2014/02/24/seen-at-11-four-years-later-search-for-missing-boy-patrick-alford-may-be-heating-up/ Patrick Kennedy Alford, 7, disappeared January 22, 2010. At about at 9 p.m. he left his foster parents' apartment in East New York, Brooklyn, to take out the garbage. The 4-feet-8-inch tall Patrick has not been seen again by his foster family. Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly brought up his case several times when asked about Etan Patz. Children who knew Patrick recall the fear his disappearance spread among their parents and them. Adults recall police setting up command centers looking for Patrick. The NYPD would not say why it is focusing on Patrick Alford's case as opposed to any other missing child. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children said New York State alone has 116 missing children. Some were as young as 5 and one has been missing for 40 years. The police and Crime Stoppers are offering a $12,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for Patrick's disappearance. You can contact police at 800-577-TIPS. Read more: http://www.myfoxny.com/story/18659966/nypd-seeking-tips-in-case-of-brooklyn-boy-missing-since-2010#ixzz31YUIwQ63 https://www.facebook.com/AMILLIONpftMISSING/photos/a.1438491589737513.1073741832.1401797600073579/1432683743651631/?type=3&theater https://amc-alertmissingchild.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=193120427 193120427 Missing Person of the Week (6)Tabitha Franklin Cullman Alabama August 8th Police took report on the 13th,2009 CULLMAN With his mother missing for more than five months, Gavin Franklin recently wrote a letter to his mom even though she may never get to read it. I love you, momma, the seven-year-old scrawled on a sheet of loose leaf paper, written in pencil with occasional misspellings. We have bin praying for you. We love you and don't for get us. Gavin's mother Tabitha Franklin, 29, of Cullman has been missing since Aug. 13th, 2009. She has blond hair, is 5 feet, 2 inches tall and weighs approximately 140 pounds according to a flyer being distributed by her family. Reports indicate Tabitha was traveling to Hueytown at the time of her disappearance to meet with family, though she never arrived. Local and state authorities still have no leads on her whereabouts, though her disappearance is not currently considered a criminal matter. We have no further leads than we had before, said Lt. Scott Clay with the Cullman County Sheriff?s Office. But, we're still working on everything that comes in and following up. Gavin, along with his older brother Dawson, 11, and sister Hannah, 9, have spent the last five months waiting. Tabitha's sister-in-law, Mary Collier, has kept Gavin and Dawson since the disappearance, while Hannah stays with another family member in Hanceville. Be it a phone call, birthday card, or letter, the children just want to know why their mom hasn't come home. ?I try to talk to you on Myspace,? Dawson wrote in his own letter to his mother. It says you've not been on there for a while ... I can't wait to see you. In late 2009, with Christmas fast approaching, Hannah penned a note of her own, in bright pink ink on a frayed sheet of stationery. You always never missed a Christmas, Hannah wrote. Never never never ever missed a Christmas. Collier said Tabitha loved spending the holidays with her children, though this past December came and went with no contact. It used to be one of her favorite times of the year, she said. As the months continue to pile up, Collier said she just wants the suspense to come to an end. We don.t know if she is alive or dead,she said. We just wish we could get some closure. Some family members have decided to take a more active role in the search for Tabitha, and are requesting donations to hire a private detective. The family is't really able to pay for additional efforts like this,Stacy White, Tabitha's other sister-in-law, said. We're just trying to do something. It's been really hard. Donation sites have been established at the Shell gas station and S&S Grocery in Dodge City, with other locations still possible. In the meantime, all anyone can do is wait. Anyone with information regarding Tabitha Franklin?s whereabouts are encouraged to call the Cullman County Sheriff?s Office at 734-0342. Trent Moore can be reached by e-mail at trentm@cullmantimes.com, or by telephone at 734-2131, ext. 225. 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