Missing Since: 04/14/12
Missing from Burgaw, North Carolina
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: 02/2509
Weight: 30 lbs.
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Blue
Details of Disappearance:
Urijah Seagraves was last seen on April 14, 2012, in Burgaw, North Carolina. He was allegedly abducted by his mother, Ivonne Seagraves. A felony warrant for Kidnapping was issued for Ivonne on November 14, 2012. They may have traveled to Guatemala. Urijah is Bi racial; he is White and Hispanic.
Pender County Sheriff’s Office (North Carolina)
Thank you to Michele Bodah for this signature table topper for our upcoming cake contest!
Can you bake, decorate and make a cake? Then we want you to join us in this public fun contest as a part of our 20th year celebration! Call for more details and request the informational packet and support “All for the Cause”. Please contact the CUE Center for Missing Persons 910-232-1687 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
On the behalf of our board of directors and volunteers across the nation we request your participation in a very worth while event slated for September 20, 2014 to be held at our Grand Independence Mall in Wilmington, North Carolina. This event will recognize our non profit organization’s founding date and twenty years of free service to families left behind that suffer a missing loved one. We are including detailed information in this letter about our upcoming celebration, but please feel free to call with any questions. The event will take place from 1:00 pm until 3:00 pm on September 20th on that Saturday.
All For The Cause….is a contest made up of cake designers putting their talent to work! A selected panel of media judges will aid in this fun contest; prizes and recognitions will be awarded and your design will be featured in the mall during the event, including crowd participation. The concept is simple, once the contest is over the public will join us in eating your wonderful entries. This occasion is purely to bring forth a needed awareness to the cause in general.
THEME: Incorporate any of the FIVE words from CUE Center to help in your creative idea.
Apple Annie’s Bake Shop – Wilmington, NC
Sweet Dimensions – Jessica Luna of Jacksonville, NC Entry (The Search Is On!)
Rebel Baking Company – Casey Roman of Wilmington, NC
Crazy Cake Chicks – Bakery of Oak Island, NC Entry (Hope, Prayers and Peace)
Cakes by Sylvia Martin – Myrtle Beach, SC Entry (HOPE)
This October 2017 we will set out on tour again to revive cold case of the missing, unsolved homicide and those who have not yet been identified. If you have a case and would like to be considered to be featured, host a rally stop or event, please contact CUE as soon as possible to assure you or your stop can be honored. States we will be traveling through are: NC, SC, GA, FL and out west states are to be determine
WHAT IS A RALLY STOP?
A rally stop is a place that is pre set by anyone who wishes to host one “see below” for suggested person(s). Once a location is secured CUE will inform the host of time and date of arrival. Each stop is one hour and a half long for whatever program the host wishes to have and feature; this is your time to bring an awareness to your community of missing persons.
WHAT ARE SOME IDEAS FOR A RALLY STOP?
Candle light or prayer vigils, clothes line display project, lantern launch
Balloon release, flower toss, butterfly release, roadside displays or demonstrations
Display Board, Banners, Signs, Marques
Guest Speakers; law enforcement, town/state dignitaries, community leaders, pastor, etc.
Tribute performances (vocal or dance)
Tables set up for displays of missing persons photos and information
Public event or safety activities
Invite the families of unsolved homicide, missing, public, family, friends and media (our team will aid in media coverage)
The most important thing is to be creative in your rally stop
WHAT TYPE OF LOCATIONS HAVE BEEN USED FOR RALLY STOPS?
Police – Sheriff or police departments
Government agencies, i.e. Mayor, town hall
Parking lots of stores that have frontage or businesses alike
Home of the families of the missing
Parks of any kind or large grassy areas
Local churches, schools, community buildings
National Tour Purpose and Inspiration
The annual tour was created to generate new interest in cold cases of missing people across our nation. The inspiration came in 2004 from the case of North Carolina college student Leah Roberts, who had gone on a cross-country trip of self-exploration. Her wrecked and abandoned vehicle was found, but Leah is still missing. Leah’s case went cold and interest faded until CUE volunteers set out on a grueling 14-day trip to retrace her route and inform the media of all those who were missing in the path of the tour. In the years to follow, it only seemed right to keep hope alive after families across the country voiced the need for more help and supported the tour idea.
National Tour Objective
The national road tour, called “On the Road to Remember,” is an awareness campaign that focuses on missing persons cases that have gone cold or have not received appropriate media coverage on the local level – much less the national level.. The tour, which travels through many states annually, provides that attention.
In all cases of missing people, it is vital to inform the public of the missing person’s circumstancesO quickly and to disseminate that information to the media and the public. In most cases where details are released immediately to the public through an organized campaign, the public brings forth information that aids in the investigation and or the location of the victim. The media plays a significant role in getting the word out on the behalf of the missing person and should be recognized as a vital resource to any investigation.
Interest in many of the cases we have featured in previous tours has been renewed. The media has learned about local cases they were unaware of; case investigations have been renewed, and searches conducted. Information has resulted in new leads in some cases, and has even helped identify an unknown decedent and in 2008 solved a cold case of twenty eight years. And finally, each tour some of the missing featured have been found from various efforts, which is the main reason we conduct the tour despite the toll it takes on our all-volunteer staff.
It is the belief of the CUE Center for Missing Persons that all investigations, the public, volunteers and the media should work in collaboration on cases involving missing children and adults; until this happens, their will continue to be cases of the missing labeled “cold” or “inactive.”
WHAT DO I NEED TO SUBMIT MY MISSING PERSON
All vital stats on missing person
Agency and law enforcement contact numbers and web sites concerning missing person
Written consent for your missing person to be featured in the national tour line up
Missing From: Wabasha Minnesota
Missing Since: 12/16/90
Age at Disappearance:25
Date of Birth: 11/29/65
Hair: Bleached Blonde
Scars, Marks, Tattoos: Tattoo of a Cross on her right arm.
Special Identifiers: Glasses and her right index finger is shorter
Details of Disappearance
On December 16, 1990 at approximately 11;45 P.M Donna Ingersoll walked away from a private residence located in Wabasha MN. Donna had been drinking and was involved in a fight with her boyfriend at the time of her disappearance. She ran out the back door and has not been heard of since. It was a very cold winter night and it is unclear if Donna had a coat with her.
Wabasha Police Department ( Minnesota )