Anniversary nears of missing Miamisburg woman who’s focus of police, FBI searches | Dayton Daily News

A Miamisburg woman who has been the focus on multiple law enforcement searches will be in the spotlight next week, a year after her mother reported her missing.

Chelsey Coe’s whereabouts has remained a mystery to Miamisburg police since she was reported missing Sept. 24, 2017, a week before her 26th birthday.

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OH – Police searching Miamisburg property in connection to missing woman case | LOCAL12

MIAMISBURG, Ohio (WKRC) – There is new evidence in the case of a missing woman.

Police are back at a property in Miamisburg because they say they have new information in the case of Chelsey Coe.

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OH – Mother of missing Miamisburg woman working to raise funds for reward offer | Dayton Daily News

Funds are being raised to offer a reward for information on the whereabouts of a missing Miamisburg woman who has been the focus of multi-day searches involving federal, state and local investigators.

An account has been created in hopes of discovering the location of Chelsey Coe, who police said they have reason to believe disappeared in June 2017.

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FBI joins search for missing woman in Ohio park | FOX 19

MIAMISBURG, OH (FOX19) – Federal and local officials on Tuesday swarmed an Ohio park in connection with a woman who went missing nearly one year ago.

Authorities are searching Sugarcreek MetroPark for any evidence related to the whereabouts of Chelsey Coe, Miamisburg police said. The park is located on Conference Road in Belbrook.

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Three men arrested on suspicion of murder in Woodland missing person cases | The Sacramento Bee

Three men have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy, kidnapping and murder in relation to the 2016 missing person cases of Elijah Moore and Enrique Rios, the Yolo County Sheriff’s Office said Sunday.

Two of the men were arrested Friday and the other Saturday, all near Woodland, Sgt. Gary Hallenbeck said. The men were booked into Monroe Detention Center, the county’s main jail, Hallenbeck said.

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Fairfax police believe body of missing teen found in Alexandria park | WUSA9

ALEXANDRIA, VA. (WUSA9) – Fairfax County police believe the body of a missing teen was found in an Alexandria park on Friday morning.

According to police spokeswoman Julie Parker, an officer found a teen’s body during a search of Woodlawn Park in the 4800 block of Manor Drive.

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Search for missing Fairfax Co. teenager marks 10 days | WUSA9

ALEXANDRIA, VA (WUSA9) – It’s now been 10 days since a 16-year-old Fairfax County girl went missing and there’s still no sign of Jholie Moussa of Alexandria, Va.

The FBI is involved as Fairfax County Police continue searching for leads.

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Missing son’s 18th birthday marked with cake and mother’s plea for information | The Sacramento Bee

Lola Rios Gutierrez and her family celebrated a birthday Tuesday complete with birthday cake, but the birthday boy wasn’t there to blow out the candles.

Rios Gutierrez’s son, Enrique Rios, who turned 18 on Jan. 2, has been missing for more than a year. The teen’s disappearance, along with that of Elijah Moore, a friend and fellow student at Cesar Chavez Community School in Woodland, in the fall of 2016 is the subject of an ongoing investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Woodland Police Department.

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A year later, their sons still missing, two Yolo moms wait for answers | The Sacramento Bee

Their faces stare out from the FBI’s website and from handbills taped to windows and lampposts across Woodland.

A year after they disappeared, Enrique Rios and classmate Elijah Moore of Woodland remain missing, frustrating their anguished families and the investigators who continue to work to find the missing teens.

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2 Yolo County Families Continue the Search for Their Missing Sons | FOX40

KNIGHTS LANDING — Candles were lit and prayers were said for those who missed a Thanksgiving and Christmas, New Year’s and birthdays, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and the Fourth of July.

Now as “back to school” time creeps closer, the families of two missing Yolo County teens are afraid of what else their sons will lose out on, which is why they’re back out with flyers. This time they’re looking for hope in Knights Landing.

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