The Hunt For Lindsey Baum

January 10, 2011 by  
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On January 10th, 2010 CUE Center for Missing Persons launched a campaign geared toward hunters in the region where missing child, Lindsey Baum vanished from over a year ago from McCleary Washington ; the objective is to involve the community of people who know the region and can eliminate space, in hope to bring Lindsey home. “I am so excited about this idea, it gives me hope and I believe in the hunters because they know every inch of the wilderness out there and I need more help to find my daughter”, said the mother of Lindsey, Melissa Baum.

The non profit, all volunteer group is asking for area hunters to adopt a piece of land and or property that they are familiar with or hunt on regularly to search for missing Lindsey Baum; registration will begin on January 10, 2011 and run throughout the month. Hunters may call in directly to the center at (910) 232-1687 anytime or visit CUE on the web at http://www.ncmissingpersons.org and click on “The Hunt” where they can enter and submit information (registration form below); during the effort a map will go up coloring in areas that have been adopted. “We are also extending invitations to forestry,hunting clubs and park personnel as well as land owners in the concerned areas of focus”.

Areas this effort will concentrate on will be the McCleary town itself and 15 miles radius of each direction leaving the place Lindsey was last seen. These areas consist of the following:

McCleary Focus Area

North – The National Olympic Forest
South – Malone-Porter
South East – The Capitol Forest
East – Shelton
West – Elma & Grays Harbor County

There is a $30,000.00 dollar reward for Lindsey safe return and further details can be located about the case and the reward at her official web sites created for her where tipsters can remain anonymous at www.findlindseybaum.com or helpfindlindseybaum.com.

If anyone has information on the direct location or concerning this missing child case please contact the Grays Harbor County Information Hot-line (Tip line) (866) 915-8299 or the CUE Center for Missing Persons at the 24 hour line (910) 232-1687 or (910) 343-1131, email is cuecenter@aol.com.

Thank you for your support with helping bring Lindsey home.


Print “The Hunt” Poster  Click Here

Print Lindsey missing poster Click Here

To participate complete registration form below and click submit.

Your Name

Your Address

Your Phone Number

Your Email

City and or county your property is located

Is your property rural or city?
Rural City 

How many acres is this property?

What is the Plat number?

What is the Plat name?

What is the physical address of the property?

Are you the property owner?
Yes No 

If you are not the property owner,who owns the property?

Property owner contact information

Property description-wooded-terrain-farmland ..etc

Area and number of acres searched by you

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