TN – Clinton police searching for missing teen | WVLT

CLINTON, Tenn. (WVLT) — The Clinton Police Department is asking for the public’s help in the search for a missing juvenile.

Mya Paoletto has been missing since early March. She was last seen at her residence in Clinton when she left for school, the police department said.

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Clinton police search for missing man | FOX Carolina

Clinton, SC (FOX Carolina) – Even when she looks at his picture, her eyes fill with tears.

“Very hard, can’t sleep. I’ve already lost 12 pounds,” Tootsie Knight said.

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Missing Indiana boy, 6, believed to be in extreme danger | abc7 Chicago

CLINTON, Ind. (WLS) — A statewide Silver Alert was issued Friday in Indiana for a 6-year-old boy who was reported missing from the city of Clinton and is believed to be in extreme danger.

Bryier Clark Fauquher was last seen around 6 p.m. Wednesday in Clinton, according to the Vermillion County Sheriff’s Department.

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Silver Alert Issued for Missing Clinton Woman: UPDATE – Clinton, CT Patch

CLINTON, CT — In a Tuesday evening update, Clinton Police say Jennifer Shanahan’s family hasn’t heard from her since Sunday, Dec. 4.

Shanahan, 25, may be operating a 2012 Nissan Versa color Blue HKA. She might be in the New Haven area, according to Clinton Police.

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Body found in Mississippi River confirmed to be missing Clinton, IA man |

CLINTON, Iowa — The body found in the Mississippi River on March 17 has been confirmed to be that of missing 36-year-old Joshua Snyder.

The body was found around 1 p.m. March 17 and was recovered by the Buffalo Fire Department. The Scott County Sheriff’s Office has been investigating.

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Clinton, IA community searches for missing man | KWQC

CLINTON, Iowa (KWQC) – A community is searching for a missing man after he disappeared earlier this week.

According to family members, 36-year-old Joshua Snyder left his home around 4 a.m. on Wednesday, January 6, 2016 and hasn’t been seen since.

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IL – Sterling Police seek public help in search of missing teens |


Local police have reached out to the public for help in search of teenage girls who were reported missing Wednesday.

The girls, 14-year-old Gabriell Cox and 15-year-old Britthany Mercedes Santos were reported missing Wednesday, May 20, 2015, according to the Sterling Police Department.

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Reports: Missing man Julio Carlos Hernandez leaves Arkansas hotel on foot, family is desperate to find him |

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CLINTON, AR. — The Clinton Police Department is asking for the public’s help in finding a man who they say is mentally challenged.

28-year-old Julio Carlos Hernandez has been missing since Feb. 1 when he reportedly left the Best Western Motel in Clinton on foot.

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Samuel Foley & Carolyn Lindsey, Teens Missing for Months Found Safe | NBC Connecticut


Two Connecticut teenagers missing for a few months have been found safe.

Samuel Foley, 16, of Clinton, and Carolyn Lindsey, of Trumbull, were both located on Friday in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania “with the assistance of family members.”

Police have canceled Silver Alerts for Foley and Lindsey. Both were found in “good health” and Foley is back with his family.

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CT – Missing teens Sam Foley & Carolyn Lindsey get national attention on Nancy Grace, aired Dec. 9 – News – Shoreline Times

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The case of missing Clinton teenager, Sam Foley, 17, and his girlfriend, Carolyn Lindsey, 16, of Trumbull got national attention, for the second time, Dec. 9, during the HNL show, “Nancy Grace.”

“I’m always deeply concerned when missing teens are branded ‘runaways’,” said host Nancy Grace through a spokesman. “No one seems to focus on their disappearances. My fear is that while Carolyn Lindsey may have ‘run away,’ initially, as the days drag on I am increasingly concerned for her safety, as are her parents. We plan to stay on this story.”

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