Missing Woman: Mickey Shunick--LA--05/19/2012 Mickey Shunick, 21, was last seen Saturday riding a black and gold bike from a friend’s home in Lafayette’s Saint Streets area, located generally near downtown and off of Congress Street. She was headed back to her home near the intersection of Congress Street and Ambassador Caffery Parkway. However, she never made it home and has not been seen. Anyone with information on Shunick’s whereabouts is asked to call Lafayette police at 337-291-8600 Casestrialsinfam People, Cases Trials Infamous People, Friends, Book Worth, Helpful Finding, Finding Mickey, Mickey Shunickmiss, Helpful Bring, Black
Missing Woman: Kelly Rothwell --FL-- 3/12/2011; Rothwell’s boyfriend, David Perry, 47, of West Church Street, Elmira, has refused to talk to police about the woman’s disappearance. He was living with Rothwell in Florida when she disappeared. Anyone with information in the case is asked to contact the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office at 727-582-6200.
Keep Repinning, Resharing on Facebook, & Retweeting on Twitter. Let's get this out to all surrounding states and help get Mickey home safe. Mickey was last seen at about 2AM on May 19, 2012 as she was riding a black & gold bike from a friends home in the Saint Streets area of Lafayette headed back home near Ambassador and Congress, but never made it home & hasn't been seen since. She is 5’1” tall, weighing about 115 pounds & has blonde hair & was last seen wearing a pastel multi-colored shirt.
Missing Girl: Zaylee Fryar --TN-- 05/01/2011; DOB: Jan 14, 2011 Height: 2'0" (61 cm) Eyes: Brown Age at time of disappearance: 4 Month(s) Sex: Female Weight: 12 lbs (5 kg) Hair: Black Missing From: MILLERSVILLE TN She is biracial. Zaylee is Black and White. She has a brown birthmark on her right leg. National Center for Missing & Exploited Children 1-800-843-5678 (1-800-THE-LOST) Millersville Police Department (Tennessee) 1-615-859-2758
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