MISSING IN KANSAS: Callysta Smith | KAKE

Callysta Smith went missing on March 4 from Pittsburg, Kan.

CALLYSTA SMITH

Missing from: Pittsburg, Kan.

Missing since: March 4, 2019

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Missing in Kansas: Mackenzie Gaylor | KAKE

(KAKE) – A teenager went missing from southeast Kansas weeks ago.

Mackenzie Gaylor was last seen on Oct. 28, 2018, in Girard, Kan. It’s believed that the 16-year-old may have traveled to Pittsburg, Kan., which is about 15 miles southeast of Girard.

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PA – Squirrel Hill man missing for several days | WTAE

PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh police are asking for the public’s help to find a missing man from Squirrel Hill.

John McCaffrey, 51, was last heard from on Saturday when he spoke to someone over the phone.

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Police: Missing Woman In Contact With Unknown Male « CBS Pittsburgh

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — State police in Westmoreland County are asking for the public’s help finding a missing woman who disappeared earlier this month without her medication.

Police have labeled 23-year-old Alexandra Cycyk as an endangered missing person.

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MO – Pittsburg man missing – Morning Sun

SIKESTON, Mo. — Police are still searching for a Pittsburg man whom they believe went missing on Monday.

Larry Weaver, 66, of Pittsburg, checked into a Days Inn Hotel in Sikeston, Missouri Sunday and failed to check out Monday, according to Sikeston Department of Public Safety Capt. Jim McMillin.

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Pittsburgh-area canines practice rescuing ‘missing persons’ at Kennywood | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Against a backdrop of roller coasters and other rides and with the day-old scent of french-fried potatoes hovering in the air, 20 highly trained dogs took over Kennywood for five hours Sunday, searching for and rescuing “lost” children and adults.

With noses down to the ground and tails up and wagging, each dog made several training runs through the 40-acre amusement park. Seven search and rescue groups from Pittsburgh and surrounding counties participated.

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