19 year old Kathy M. Chou has been missing since Sunday, April 18, 2010 in Renton, Washington. She was last seen at 7 pm Sunday, April 18, and last heard from at about 9:30 the same night. She has not been seen or heard from since. Chou has no history of running away or missing school. She was last known to be in the area of south Renton and Southcenter.
Kathy Chou does not have any physical disabilities, but does take prescription medication and may be extremely fatigued since she does not have it with her.
- Kathy M. Chou, a high-school senior, is described as an Asian female
- 5 foot 7 inches
- 180 pounds
- black hair with blonde streaks and blue bangs
- a piercing in her bottom right lip
- wears pink rimmed glasses
- last seen wearing jeans and a horizontally striped, multicolored shirt
The Renton Police Department has asked that anyone with information about her location call 911, the department at 425-430-7500 or Detective Keith Hansen at 425-430-7526.
17 year old Kevin Kwok has been missing since Saturday, April 24, 2010 in Toronto, Canada. He was last seen Saturday night around 9 p.m. in his home at 138 Bonis Ave., just south of the Tam O’Shanter Golf Course. Please note that Kevin also has autism. It is reported by police that Kwok functions at the level of a seven-year-old and needs his medication.
This just hit Google from The Star News in Toronto, Ontario. Also, Erik Lippman, 30, with autism, is still listed as missing in Santa Cruz, CA.
Police are asking for the public’s assistance in finding a missing autistic teen in Scarborough. Kevin Kwok, 17, was last seen Saturday night around 9 p.m. in his home at 138 Bonis Ave., just south of the Tam O’Shanter Golf Course. He is described as being about 5-foot-6, 130 pounds, with a thin build. He was last seen wearing an orange Adidas T-shirt and black shorts. Police are concerned for his safety as he requires medication.
Kevin’s mother, Ivy Ang, said her son has never wandered from home before.
She said he likes Facebook and tries to meet friends on the social networking website.
“He wants to meet friends,” Ang told CBC’s Kimberly Gale on Sunday morning. “But he doesn’t know how because he has poor social skills because he’s autistic. He might be following what people say. He might get into someone’s car.”
Anyone with information is asked to call 42 Division at 416-808-4200 or Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS (8477).
32 year old Tyra Wilkerson was reported missing in 2006. The human remains that were found earlier this month in Holden, MA have been positively identified as the Norwood woman, Tyra Wilkerson. According to the Holden Police Department, the skull was discovered by a jogger on April 3. Her remains were identified by using dental records.
Human remains found in Holden earlier this month belonged to a Norwood woman who has been missing since 2006, according to Worcester District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr.’s office.
The woman has been identified as Tyra Wilkerson of Norwood, Early said in a statement. She was approximately 32 years old when she was reported missing in 2006.
No other information on Wilkerson was immediately available. Norwood police referred questions to Early’s office.
Police have yet to determine how Tyra Wilkerson died; however, stated that they would now begin the next phase in their investigation … “We will now move forward in attempting to determine the circumstances surrounding her death.”
19 year old Floyd Frey and 20 year old Randal Lis are missing from an over night camping trip at a trailer park in Middlesex, NY on Canandaigua Lake’s southeast shore 35 miles south of Rochester. Randal Lis is still missing.
Police are searching 1 of the Finger Lakes for two young men reported missing after they failed to return from a camping trip.
The Yates County Sheriff’s Office says 19-year-old Floyd Frey of Canandaigua and 20-year-old Randal Lis of Victor went camping Wednesday but weren’t back home the following day as expected.
Authorities say they were on an overnight outing at a trailer park in Middlesex, on Canandaigua Lake’s southeast shore 35 miles south of Rochester.
Deputies say the car with their camping equipment inside was found near a boat launch at the camping site. Officials say their canoe is apparently missing.
State police and deputies from Yates and neighboring Ontario County were searching the area Friday.
Search continues for Randall “RJ” Lis, missing Canandaigua Lake boater
Sad new to report in the search for the two missing boater. The body of 19 year old Floyd Fey was recovered.
On Saturday, the body of Floyd “Zach” Frey, 19, of Canandaigua, was found in 18 feet of water about 200 feet off shore, according to Yates County Sheriff’s officials.
The body of one of two men reported missing Friday on Canandaigua Lake has been recovered. It is presumed that missing Randal Lis has drowned.
Spike said the two men are believed to have gone canoeing shortly after arriving at the trailer park in Lis’ vehicle.
“Indications are they capsized and both drowned as the water temperature is approximately 41 degrees,” Spike said.
Articles of clothing and the canoe were recovered Friday 0.25 miles north of Vine Valley, according to Spike.
The search, involving 20 divers from four agencies, was first launched early Friday morning after an unidentified relative reported the men were missing.
A 13 year old runaway girl from Long Island, NY has been found safe as 22 year old John Vertrees was arrested and hauled off a western bound Amtrak train in Rochester after 11 p.m. and was charged with unlawful imprisonment.
Vertrees, of Sacramento, Calif., traveled to Rocky Point and climbed into the girl’s bedroom window to spend a few hours with her on Wednesday, Suffolk County police said.
The girl used the window to slip out of her house at 4 a.m. Friday and left with Vertrees in a taxi, investigators said.
Suffolk police said they used phone and computer records to identify a suspect. Investigators said they believed Vertrees was headed back to California with the girl.
John Vertrees was nabbed on a train bound for California as he lay sleeping in a car with a 13 year old Long Island girl he had met on the Internet.
After the two met in an Internet chat room in January, Vertrees traveled to the teenager’s home last week, police said.
12 year old Kayleah Wilson has been missing in Greely, CO since March 28, 2010 when she was last seen when she left her home Sunday afternoon to go to her friend’s birthday party. She never arrived. Thus far, police have found no evidence suggesting that Kayleigh Wilson either ran away or was the victim of foul play.
HLN’s “Nancy Grace” featured the story Friday evening April 2, interviewing reporters and Dave Joly of the FBI.
Kayleah Wilson case: Search continues for missing Greeley girl.
The search for a missing 12-year-old Greeley girl widened today as authorities conduct ground searches in wooded areas in the vicinity of Kayleah Wilson’s home and divers searched a ponds in west Greeley.
Sgt. Joe Tymkowych, Greeley police spokesman, said this morning that leads are being checked as they come in.
A dive team from Union Colony Fire Rescue Authority searched ponds in the Gateway Lakes Nature Area on the southwest corner of U.S. 34 and 35th Avenue, just west of the Home Depot store.
“It’s just an expanded, selective kind of search to make sure there’s nothing there we need to focus on,” Tymkowych said. “Ideally, it would be nice to find her sitting in those trees too scared to go home. That’s just not happening yet.”
Search for Greeley girl focuses on lake, 4 other sites
The search for a 12- year-old Greeley girl missing for a week continued Saturday, focusing on five locations near her home, including a lake.
The Weld County Sheriff’s Posse mounted unit, along with FBI agents, Greeley police and numerous volunteers from other agencies, were searching grassy and covered areas, police spokesman Joe Tymkowych said.
Meanwhile, divers from the Union Colony Fire Department inspected a small lake near U.S. 34.
People with tips about Wilson’s whereabouts are asked to call 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324).
UPDATE I: After 3 weeks missing, still no signs of 12 year old Kayleah Wilson.
The reward has been raised to $20,000 for any viable lead that brings Kayleah home.
Knocks on the doors of 1,000 homes and apartments in Greeley have yielded no clues. Searches of local ponds and ditches have turned up nothing. Behavioral science, pseudoscience, soulful prayers and dogged citizen searches have had the same result.
Scores of police and FBI agents have come up empty, as have pleas on Facebook and Twitter.
Twelve-year-old Kayleah Wilson has vanished.
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