Elkhart, IN Police looking for help in locating missing woman Anastasia Reyes-Cortes

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ELKHART, Ind.— The Elkhart Police Department is asking for help in locating a missing person.

Anastasia Reyes-Cortes, 39, was reported missing on August 27.

She was last seen shopping alone at a Kroger on 130 W. Hively in Elkhart, Ind. at approx. 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning, August 26.

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IN – Search Continues for Delano Wilson, Missing Baby in ‘Extreme Danger’ – Tristatehomepage – Eyewitness News

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The search continues across Indiana for 1 month-old Delano Wilson while the baby’s father is arrested on unrelated charges.

WXIN is reporting that Willie Wilson was arrested Wednesday night on a possession of marijuana charge.
A statewide amber alert was also issued Wednesday.
Meanwhile, just this afternoon WXIN reported that the boy’s mother, Taniasha Perkins, spoke to the media for the first time Thursday morning. The new mother told WXIN, “I don’t wish this on other parents. I’m too young to be going through this. I just got my job two days ago. I was going to provide for my baby,” she continued. “He means the world to me and his dad. We are good parents. We work hard. We work really hard to provide for a child. And for you to take him away is just tearing a hole in my family and in my heart he doesn’t deserve this. Please, please let my son go.”

Police say the boy is in extreme danger.

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Missing boy case stirs new interest in tracking tech – 13 WTHR Indianapolis

GREENFIELD, Ind. – A recent search for a missing Hancock County child has emergency workers looking toward technology.

There was a giant search when four-year-old Kyle Pierce wandered from his home near New Palestine earlier this month.

“The worst five hours of my life, definitely,” said Kyle’s mother, Sara.

They found the boy in a cornfield, but it got rescuers thinking they’ve got to do more to get life-saving technology into the field.

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Search for Missing Fairfield, IL Teen Megan Nichols | WSILTV | Local News

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WAYNE CO. — A mother is searching for answers in the disappearance of her daughter. Megan Nichols has been missing from her home in Fairfield since July 3.
She’s one of four women who’ve disappeared in the past several months across Southeastern Illinois, Southwest Indiana, and western Kentucky. The combined cases have been getting increased attention.

Ashley Higgs went missing from Owensboro, Kentucky in March. Joelle Lockwood disappeared in Evansville, Indiana after visiting a friend’s home in July. Kristy Kelley hasn’t been seen since August 15th, when she was left her shift at the Boonville, Indiana VFW. Kelly did not take her cell phone and purse with her.

Police believe Megan left her house under her own free will, and she did leave a note behind. However, her family says they would have never expected her to runaway. Weeks of investigation and dozens of leads haven’t found the teen. Nichols was 15 when she disappeared and turned 16 on July 18th.

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Hundreds attend vigil for missing Indiana women Kristy Kelley & Joelle Lockwood | WISH-TV

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BOONVILLE, Ind. (AP) — A few hundred people gathered at a prayer vigil for women missing in southwestern Indiana.

One of the missing women is a 27-year-old mother of two children who was last seen nearly a week ago.

Many in the crowd outside the Warrick County Courthouse in Boonville lit candles and wore ribbons during Wednesday evening’s vigil.

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Boonville, IN – Authorities Reaching Out for Missing Person Search regarding Kristy Kelley – Tristatehomepage – Eyewitness News

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The Warrick County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help finding a missing person.

Authorities are searching for 27 year-old Kristy Kelley from Boonville. She was last seen in Boonville at 1:30 a.m. on August 15. Kelley was last seen wearing a white and black striped sleeveless shirt with jean shorts and sandals.She is believed to be in a silver 2003 Nissan Xterra.

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Indianapolis, IN – Missing persons search held to train rescue crews | WISH-TV

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Missing person’s searches often take place in the city limits, but the effort takes a rough turn if it’s needed in the woods.

On Saturday, rescue crews from in and around Marion County held their first ever mock exercise preparing for just that: searching for someone in a rugged, unmapped area.

“We have horse patrol out here, we have our helicopter, K-9, bomb squad,” said IMPD Deputy Chief Bill Lorah.

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