Thursday, June 27, 2019

Search for missing Utah student intensifies

Close friends of MacKenzie Lueck, the University of Utah student who hasn’t been seen in nearly a week, are convinced she is in danger. She is not the kind of person who would let her cat starve, miss a wedding, blow off work or skip midterm exams. (The Salt Lake Tribune)

Maryland couple found dead in Dominican Republic hotel room

A Maryland couple has been found dead in their hotel room in the Dominican Republic. The news of the death of Edward Holmes and Cynthia Day, who were engaged and had posted numerous photos on social media showing how much they were enjoying their vacation, comes just days after a Delaware woman said that that she was assaulted while vacationing in the Dominican Republic earlier this year. It also comes weeks after the U.S. State Department issued a travel advisory for Americans traveling there, citing a rise in crime. (Fox News)

Missing 4-yr.-old girl likely dead says police chief

HOUSTON - Nearly three weeks after a 4-year-old Houston girl went missing, the city’s police chief said investigators believe she was murdered but appealed to the public to try and remember anything that could lead searchers to her body. (NBC News)

Police investigate death of 11-yr.-old girl in Amber Alert

TORONTO - A man who had picked up his 11-year-old daughter to celebrate her birthday is in police custody after her body was found in his basement apartment, and he'll soon be facing charges, police in Brampton, Ont., said Friday. (CBC)

Missing teen since parents’ murder found alive after 3 months

A 13-year-old northwestern Wisconsin girl who went missing in October after her parents were killed has been found alive in a rural town about an hour from her home, authorities said Thursday. (Global News)  

Mystery surrounding the disappearance and death of Saudi sisters deepens

Everett Johnson said his former neighbour’s face grew stern when he asked how she was doing during a chance encounter around the start of October in Fairfax County, Virginia. The mother from Saudi Arabia offered a surprising reply. “I don’t know where my daughters are,” the woman told Johnson. “I haven’t seen them in a long time.” (Washington Post)

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