Hair - Light Brown, shoulder length. Often worn tied back
Height - 130lbs
Missing from - Revelstoke, B.C., CANADA
Missing Since - September 5th, 1998 - Labour Day Weekend - CP Rail Slowpitch Tourney Weekend
Circumstances - Brianne was last seen between 11:00 and 11:30PM on September 5th, 1999 at the 7-11 store in Revelstoke, B.C., CANADA. Five days later, her abandoned vehicle (black Accura Integra, Gold coloured rims) was found 30kms. south of Revelstoke up Echo Lake Road, in the general direction of the Akolkolex Falls & River. Her wallet, drivers license and $200 cash were found in the vehicle. She was seen in the company of three young UNIDENTIFIED FEMALES at the 7-11 store. Brianne was last seen wearing blue jeans, a white t-shirt and black sandals.
The fact that these girls have not come forward has been puzzling to all involved in this case.
The Missing Children Society of Canada (MCSC) is assisting police and searching parents in the active on-going search.They heve recently assisted by working with witnesses, a police hypnotist and a police artist to produce composite drawings of these mysterious girls seen with Brianne the night she vanished.
Please look over the drawings (computer generated) and see if you recognize who these girls are. These girls are NOT considered suspects in Brianne's disappearance, but persons of interest who might be able to provide investigators with a crucial piece of information such as Brianne's state of mind, her plans or where she went after leaving the 7-11 that night.
Description: DOB: 3/2/1972Age: 34 year-oldHeight: 5 ft 8in
Weight: 130 lb.Hair: BlondeEyes: Green/Blue
Circumstances: Allison was last seen on July 30, 2006 at Junction Billiards Sports Bar at 5216 Carolina Beach Road Wilmington, NC. Allison was driving a rental vehicle which was located in the parking lot of her last known whereabouts at the billiard on Carolina Beach Road.
A REWARD is being offered for information leading to the direct location of Allison Jackson
Anyone having information concerning Allison's whereabouts please call,
November 21, 2006 For the love of Jenn Family letter
10 months ago to the day, Thursday, November 23,2006, was the last time we spoke to Jennifer. Jennifer was TAKEN against her will from in or around the area of her condominium in Orlando Fl. sometime between the hours of 10pm 1/23/2006 to approximately 8am, 1/24/2006.We, her family, continue to ask everyone who visits her website to pass on the message that she is still MISSING and needs to be found!We truly believe that someone somewhere saw her either being taken, her car being driven by someone other than her or the Person of Interest the night of 1/23/06 till 1/26/2006 the day her car was found 1.2 miles away from her home. They need to step forward no matter how hard it is or who they may incriminate in this unthinkable act of ABDUCTION. We plead with anyone who may know any information during this Holiday season to take a step back and think if it were your child or family member who was taken, the emptiness we feel everyday and the horror Jennifer must be going through or went through for the past 10 months.
The pain is endless, though our pain does not matter, our hearts have a huge hole in them and our world as we know it has changed forever, taken by a senseless act and a senseless person(s).This is not a crime against only Jennifer it is a crime that affects the entire Orlando community because it remains unsafe until the person(s) are apprehended and taken off our streets so they may not commit this act again.
If you have not already discussed personal safety, please take the time to do so.Visit www.missingkids.com, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. They have many wonderful resources, 2 booklets in particular, Just in case….Guidelines in case your child might be someday missing and Child Protection.A missing adult IS someone’s child no matter what their age at the time of their abduction.
To the person(s) who have committed this heartless and senseless act we say “You cannot break my (our) spirit you can only take my (our) dreams” from the song Goodbye My Lover by James Blunt. We will not rest till we find Jennifer!
Since so much time has passed we would like to remind you or inform you of the circumstances of Jennifer’s abduction and urge someone to come forward to help end Jennifer’s personal hell.We also hope that this Holiday season you take the time to realize just how precious family and friends are and that they can be gone in an instant for many reasons, so treasure the time you spend with them.
We again want to thank everyone who has given us emotional support, prayers, kind words. The help from the many family, friends and volunteers who continue to pass on her website, who assist us with emailing the media for updates on Jenn.For all the wonderful suggestions we’ve received to aid in our search for our beloved daughter.
Recap of Jennifer’s disappearance:
Jenn, as family and friends know her, was reported missing when she failed to show up for work on the morning of Tuesday January 24th, 2006. For those of us close to Jenn, we knew something must be wrong. If she was going to be late for work or a meeting she would call. In fact Jenn had good routines she and Rob, her boyfriend called each other every day while driving to work in the morning and would speak with each other every night before going to bed. On the morning of Monday January 23rd, she talked to her mother while driving to work, after returning from work she spoke with her father and brother, and later with some friends, then she spoke with Rob by phone as usual and that was the last anyone has heard from Jenn.
She and Rob did not talk the morning of Tuesday January 24th. Rob called Jenn at work and went into her voicemail. When she did not show up for work, her employer immediately called us to see if we knew where Jenn was, we tried to reach her at the condo and on her cell phone and were unsuccessful. We contacted the management office of her condo complex, explained the situation and asked them to please check on her.The door was locked, upon entering the unit they found nothing amiss, they then drove the complex in search of her car, not there.We then began the drive to Orlando, calling Rob, her friends, the hospital ER’s, and the police.
On Thursday Morning the 26th, police found Jennifer's car abandoned in an apartment complex not far from where she lived.
Jennifer is a strong, fun loving, career minded and responsible young lady if she was running late to work she would have called which is why we all became concerned immediately. At no time had Jennifer shown signs of discontent with her life, relationships or work environment.
Amber Alert Issued for 2 Washington Children Posted: Sunday March 25, 2007: 11:25 PM CDT
The Washington State Police and the Walla Walla Police department issued the Amber Alert on Sunday evening for the two children. The children were last seen on Saturday afternoon at about 4 PM. Due to recent mental issues the children are believed to be in immediate danger. Click for a map of Walla Walla, Washington.
Victim 1, Lars Baugher is described as being a 2 year old White male, Blonde hair, Green eyes, 2'7". 29lbs Wearing: Brown or green jacket, blue jeans, black Converse shoes
Victim 2, Remi Baugher is described as being a 4 year old white female, Blonde hair, Hazel eyes, 3'1". 37lbs Wearing: Pink jacket w/heavier yellow jacket over the top, blue jeans, Strawberry Shortcake shoes
Suspect 1, John Baugher. is described as being a 34 year old male, White with Brown hair, and Green eyes, Weighing (Aprox): 140lbs.
The suspect vehicle,a 1978 Volkswagon Van with Washington license plate number 349NRK, was located unoccupied in Stevens County Washington on Monday morning. The area is being searched for the suspect and children.
If you have any information on this incident, please call 911 or contact the Walla Walla police department at 509-527-1960.
Email this alert to a friend in the area. You will be able to email the alert to additional friends on the response page. Friend's name: Friends email: Your name: Email address:
Amber Alert Issued for 4 Year Old Pennsylvania Girl Posted: Monday April 16, 2007: 3 PM CDT
The Pennsylvania State Police has issued an Amber Child Abduction Alert for the Pennsylvania State Police, Embreeville Station, Chester County. The child was abducted from Coatesville, Pennsylvania. Click for map of Coatesville, Pennsylvania
Alexis Roadside, a 4 year old white female child, approximately 3 feet tall and thirty five pounds. Her hair was recently cropped and dyed black.
She was reported abducted by Veronica Roadside, a 41 year old white female with blonde hair, approximately five feet tall and 100 lbs.
The vehicle used in the abduction is described as a 1993 white Buick sedan bearing Pennsylvania Registration GKK-4359.