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Destiny Norton investigation; No breaks in the search. Lori Hackings Father Joins the Search

Five-year-old Destiny Norton has been missing since Sunday, July 16th. To date Destiny Norton 2there have been no real leads, it is like she just vanished in to the air. Hundreds of volunteers have searched in brutal 100 degree conditions for the missing Destiny Norton.

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Rachael Norton, Destiny’s mother, also spoke at Friday’s press conference, thanking the volunteers for helping with the search. With temperatures reaching over 100 degrees, searchers are being well taken care of with everything from drinks to snacks and even sunscreen. All generously donated by local businesses.

(ABC 4)

Lori Hacking’s father joins search for Destiny Norton


Three father of past missing children come to help in the fraternity of parents of Destiny Norton postermissing persons.

Eraldo Soares, the father of Lori Hacking, who went missing two years ago this week. It was later discovered that Lori Hacking was murdered by her husband. Eraldo Soares never forgot the help and giving that was provided to him and his family by the people of Utah in searching for his daughter. He felt he needed to thank them and repay them by coming to help search for Destiny.

But Soares will be forever be grateful to the people of Salt Lake City.

“They searched with us. They cried with us,” he said. “I am here because the people of Salt Lake City are wonderful and I want to give back to them.”

Eraldo Soares lives in the Los Angeles area. But when he heard about the disappearance of 5 year old Destiny Norton, he got on a plane for Salt Lake.

Soares landed in Salt Lake around 4:00 p.m. on Thursday. He went directly to the volunteer headquarters at the old Liberty Ward House at 445 East Harvard. He signed in just like any other volunteer and then attended a briefing with his assigned team before going out to scour the around around 6th East and 300 South.

(ABC 4)

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July 22nd, 2006 at 01:45pm Posted by | child welfare, Destiny Norton, Missing, Missing Children, Search and Rescue | no comments

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