Robert Pillsen-Rahier

August 9, 2013 by  
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robert pillsen-rahier4   Robert Thomas Pillsen-Rahier  RPillsen2

Missing From: Colorado Springs,Colorado
Missing Since: 07/06/90
Classification: Missing Endangered
White Male
Age at Disappearance:15
Date of Birth: 10/27/74
Height: 5’9
Weight: 180
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Brown
Scars,Marks: Scar on the middle of his forehead, scars on last two toes of his right foot, a discoloration on his right forearm and on the top of his right hand due to burns from childhood.
Nicknames: Robb, Bobby

Details of Disappearance:
On July 6, 1990, 15 year old Robert Pillsen, was reported missing. He was last seen lying in a field, but later left the premises. Robert was a witness to his father’s suicide at a young age, and needed treatment for emotional issues. He wasn’t at the facility more than a couple of weeks before the facility called his mother, telling her that Robert had run away.

Robert’s mother says the initial report of his disappearance described him wearing a blue plaid shirt and black jeans, but weeks later, those clothes, along with Robert’s other belongings, were mailed home to her. She says she got both pairs of Robert’s shoes returned, and was confused as to how she could have possession of the clothes he’d been wearing when he disappeared. Many questions remained unanswered in regards to his case. His case remains unsolved.

robert pillsen-rahier scar on right hand

Above photo shows scar on right hand

Investigative Agency
Colorado Springs Police Department
(719) 444-7000

Robert Thomas Pillsen-Rahier Age Progressed to 36

Above photo: Age Progressed to 36 yrs old

Jynnene Oneill

July 25, 2013 by  
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Washington-Jynnene Oneill  Jynnene Oneill1

Missing From: Tacoma, Washington
Missing Since: 12/08/03
Black Female
Classification: Missing Endangered
Age at Disappearance: 42
Date of Birth: 10/01/61
Height: 5’2
Weight: 130
Eyes: Brown
Hair:Black
Scars, Marks, Tattoos: Scar on her neck from getting shot
Clothing: Flannel sweater jacket

Details of Disappearance:
The last time Jynnene Oneill was seen was jumping into the Nisqually River. She was in the company of a family member, and they were running from the cops. The family member said she jumped and that is the last time anyone has seen her. it was in December, It is unknown known if she drowned, or froze to death. Her case remains unsolved.

Investigative Agency:
Pierce County Sheriff Department
253-798-7555

If you have any information on this case please contact CUE Center For Missing Persons  at (910) 343-1131  24 hour tip line (910) 232-1687
All information submitted to CUE Center For Missing Persons is confidential.

Michael Duff

July 10, 2013 by  
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Michael Duff

Missing From: Syracuse, New York
Missing Since: 12/23/12
Classification: Missing
White Male
Age at Disappearance:34
Date of Birth: 05/31/78
Height: 5’7
Weight: 160
Eyes: Hazel
Hair: Brown- with Beard
Clothing: Jeans and t-shirt
Full Name: Michael John Duff

Details of Disappearance:
Missing since before Christmas of 2012. Cell was disconnected and mailings to the only address on file have been returned. No longer works at last known place of employment. No family has heard from him since Christmas.. His case remains unsolved

Investigative Agency
City of Syracuse Police Department
315- 442-5233

If you have any information on this case please contact CUE Center For Missing Persons  at (910) 343-1131  24 hour tip line (910) 232-1687
All information submitted to CUE Center For Missing Persons is confidential.

Robert Mayer

July 5, 2013 by  
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Robert Mayer

Missing From: Dix Hills, New York
Missing Since:06/14/13
Classification: Endangered Missing
White Male
Age at Disappearance:45
Date of Birth: 12/17/67
Height: 6’0
Weight: 200
Hair:Brown. may have beard now if unshaven
Eyes: Green
Scars, Marks, Tattoos: left hand, middle finger was slightly chopped off tip – has nail, but middle finger is shorter -
Clothing:grey polo shirt, light blue jeans, black work boots, ray ban sunglasses
Nickname:Rob

Details of Disappearance
Robert Mayer went to work June 14, 2013. He was seen at work with his car. He was last seen at a scrap metal yard around 2:15. His car – a 2004 red pontiac GTO- was located the next day, Saturday, June 15 at 8:30 p.m. at the Deer Park Train Station, a few miles from the house. Roberts family states that he never takes the train as he drives to and from work. His car was found abandoned at Deer Park train station  His family says that Robert has never stayed away from home.Robert does not have identification on him, as his wallet was found at home. He has not been seen or heard from. His case remains unsolved.

Investigative Agency
Suffolk County Police Department
631-854-8200

If you have any information on this case please contact CUE Center For Missing Persons  at (910) 343-1131  24 hour tip line (910) 232-1687
All information submitted to CUE Center For Missing Persons is confidential.

William Patient

May 30, 2013 by  
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William Patient

Missing From: Juno Beach, Florida
Missing Since: 05/05/13
Classification: Missing
White Male
Age at Disappearance:16
Date of Birth: 03/31/97
Height: 5’8
Weight: 145
Eyes: Blue
Hair:Brown
Clothing : Green mesh gym shorts
with a white logo (viera) on left leg
and tear just below the right waistband
Nickname: Billy
Full Name:William Fred Patient

Details of Disappearance:
William was on outing to Juno Beach,with an adolescent treatment facility called The Academy. He was last seen in the water at Juno Beach about 4:30pm on May 5,2013.
An extensive search by Coast Guard found nothing. William has a medical condition.
He has not been seen or heard from since

Investigative Agency
Juno Beach Police Dept (Florida)
561-656-0340

Michael Bennett

May 29, 2013 by  
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Michael Bennett

Missing From: Brunswick ,Georgia
Missing Since: 06/21/89
Classification: Endangered Missing
Age at Disappearance: 14
Date of Birth: 05/14/75
Male Black
Height: 5’7
Weight: 125
Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown
Scars, Marks,Tattoos: Scar on left knee

Details Of Disappearance:
Michael and his sister, Monica, were last seen at Heritage Apartments, now known as Merritt Landing Apartments, on Altama Avenue.

They reportedly went to help their stepfather, who was separated from their mother, move into another apartment on the day of their disappearance. The stepfather told police he dropped the two off at the apartment complex, but their mother said she never saw them.

Investigative Agency
Glynn County Police Department
Criminal Investigative Division
912-267-5700

If you have any information on this case please contact CUE Center For Missing Persons  at (910) 343-1131  24 hour tip line (910) 232-1687
All information submitted to CUE Center For Missing Persons is confidential.

Monica Bennett

May 27, 2013 by  
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Monica Bennett

Missing From: Brunswick ,Georgia
Missing Since: 06/21/89
Classification: Endangered Missing
Age at Disappearance: 15
Date of Birth: 10/27/73
Female Black
Height: 5’5
Weight: 130
Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown
Scars, Marks,Tattoos: Pierced ears

Details Of Disappearance:
Monica and her younger brother, Michael, were last seen at Heritage Apartments, now known as Merritt Landing Apartments, on Altama Avenue.

They reportedly went to help their stepfather, who was separated from their mother, move into another apartment on the day of their disappearance. The stepfather told police he dropped the two off at the apartment complex, but their mother said she never saw them.

Investigative Agency
Glynn County Police Department
Criminal Investigative Division
912-267-5700

Missing persons could be just next door

May 14, 2013 by  
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The CUE Center for Missing Persons would like to bring awareness to the thousands missing across the nation of those who remain missing and that families still have hope of a recovery in recognition of the recently rescue missing girls: we request that you revisit cold cases in your area and shed light on them. Thank you

Monica Caison-
Founder
910-232-1687
http://www.ncmissingpersons.org

By Monica Caison, Special to CNN
updated 12:40 PM EDT, Sun May 12, 2013
Kidnapped teens found decade later

Editor’s note: Monica Caison is the founder of CUE Center for Missing Persons, a nonprofit organization that advocates and searches for the missing and provides support for their families.

(CNN) — Miracles do happen. Like this week, when Amanda Berry, Georgina DeJesus and Michelle Knight escaped their captor after being missing for a decade.

It turned out they were locked away and alive the entire time.

Their fortuitous escape is like a ray of light and reminds us that sometimes good things do happen. A cry for help came out from the walls of silence, and a member of the community responded, aiding in the rescue. The selfless act of a total stranger only reinforces that the public will help when needed.

Monica Caison

Monica Caison

But their story is unusual. Many missing persons who have been missing for a long time are still not found. We should urge all communities to play an integral part in assisting law enforcement in investigations about missing persons.

We live in a world filled with powerful technology that has enabled us to communicate faster and better, yet we seem to lack the simple face-to-face meeting that must take place when searching for clues and information in any type of investigation.

At-a-glance: Still missing in the U.S.

The old “knock and tell” method remains an effective tool today. It must be used when searching for our missing persons. When you talk to someone in person, you can read them better by registering their expressions, gestures and other factors. Sometimes, those things could yield clues. This door-to-door technique can make the difference in finding someone in hours, days or years.

There’s no doubt that trying to find missing persons requires a tremendous amount of work. Classifying cases as “runaways” or “walk-aways” does nothing to help the outcome of any given case. If anything, it could hinder and slow the process. The general public normally will not have a heightened sense of concern for those believed to have left on their own.

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The sense of urgency and hitting the ground running from the start could be the difference in many missing person cases. A case can be misdiagnosed upon closing; this is when we confirm that the labeling provided a wrong direction. The word “missing” should be enough and important; the alert(s) system in place such as the Amber/silver provide an additional emergency notification seeking the public’s help.

The myth of “a waiting period” to report a missing person still lingers, and many families are turned away by officials and forced to begin their journey on their own without any direction or support. Due to heavy caseloads, law enforcement officials are frequently not afforded the continuous training and education that could help them in the search for a missing person.

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All too often, information is not provided to victims suffering a missing loved one in the onset, such as where to file the report and what agencies can provide support services and help with advocacy and on-the-ground services. These are all key issues that need to be addressed as we move forward to bring home those missing in our country.

Cold cases and unidentified persons need to be revisited and reopened. All cold cases need to be updated and looked at again with a keen eye on what can be done to aid in a recovery.

As we rejoice in the happy ending for the three women and their families and friends, we need to be reminded that there is still much work to be done in the world of the missing.

We need to remember that there are thousands of people who are still seeking resolution and waiting for answers concerning their loved one. As a community, we need to come together, take notice and become aware of what happens in our homes, neighborhoods, towns and cities. And we need to always remember that “every missing person is somebody’s child.”

http://www.cnn.com/2013/05/10/opinion/caison-missing-persons

 

 

Jessi Short

April 23, 2013 by  
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Jessi Short

Missing From: Shenango Twp, Lawrence County Pennsylvania
Missing Since: 01/27/13
Classification: Missing Endangered
White Female
Age at Disappearance: 25
Date of Birth: 03/23/87
Height: 5’2
Weight: 125
Hair: Dark Brown
Eyes: Dark Brown
Clothing: Clothing: a white, long sleeved terry cloth shirt; blue jeans, gray work boots, dark colored hooded sweatshirt.
Full name: Jessi Machell Brumley-Short

Details of Disappearance:
The last time Jessi’s mother saw her was around the weekend of January 27, 2013 when Jessi stayed a couple of nights at her mom’s home in Shenango Twp.  She has not been seen since.

Jessi may be in the South Side and project areas of Shenango.  She’s been known to stay at a motel near Pulaski Twp and Coitsville, OH.  She is also known to frequent Pittsburgh, Allegheny County and Butler County, PA.  She doesn’t drive and either walks or depends on rides from others to get anywhere.
It isn’t unusual for Jesse to take off, sometimes for as long as a couple of weeks but, until this last time, has always maintained contact with her family.

Investigative Agency
Shenango Township Police
(724) 654-2243

If you have any information on this case please contact CUE Center For Missing Persons  at (910) 343-1131  24 hour tip line (910) 232-1687
All information submitted to CUE Center For Missing Persons is confidential.

2013 Passage Award Winner

April 23, 2013 by  
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Gail Soles, mother of missing Crystal Soles has been given in 2013 the Passage Award.

“The Passage Award”

Susan Murphy Milano
This award is given to an individual, who has suffered the loss of a loved by being a missing person, victim of homicide or one that has survived the cruelties from intimate partner violence. This award recognizes the survivor that has healed and who has risen above to contribute ones self to those who remain in need of guidance, empowerment, support and who continually holds a devotion to the cause.

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