IA – Police Say Body Found in Cemetery Was That of Missing Woman | U.S. News

WATERLOO, Iowa (AP) — Authorities say a body found on the ground in a Waterloo cemetery has been identified as that of a missing Waterloo woman.

The body of 40-year-old Lakisha Williams was found around 3 p.m. Friday in a remote area of Garden of Memories cemetery. Her mother had reported her missing Thursday. She was last seen around 5 p.m. Jan. 20 near her apartment.

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Woman reported missing in Waterloo | KIMT

WATERLOO, Iowa – Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a woman missing since Saturday.

The Waterloo Police Department says Lakisha Quintel Williams was last seen around 5 pm on January 20 in the 3800 block of Paige Drive.

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IA – Police search for missing Waterloo man | wcfcourier.com

WATERLOO — Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a missing Waterloo man.

Rashon Shamaras Montgomery, 22, was last seen at 6 p.m. Friday when he left work at the Isle Casino Hotel Waterloo.

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IA – NEW DETAILS: Body identified as missing teen Moe Sed | WCFCourier

GILBERTVILLE | Family members of a missing Waterloo teen now know his fate.

But questions remain in the death of 18-year-old Moe Sed, who disappeared in October and was found dead in the Cedar River over the weekend.

On Thursday, Waterloo police confirmed that the remains discovered half a mile upstream from Gilbertville on Sunday were those of the West High School junior. Officials identified the body through dental records.

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IA – Sightings continue in missing teen case | WCFCourier.com

WATERLOO | Investigators continue to track down possible sightings in the case of a Waterloo teen who disappeared last month.

Moe Sed, 18, a Karenni refugee from Burma, was last seen Oct. 22 when he apparently rode off on his bike and never returned home.

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Weekend search planned for missing Waterloo, IA student | KCRG-TV9

WATERLOO, Iowa- Friends and classmates plan another big search Saturday morning to look for any sign of a missing Waterloo special needs student.

Moe Sed, 18, disappeared October 22nd. He left his family home riding a bicycle but took no money or a cellphone.

Sed, a Waterloo West student, was last seen wearing black pants and a blue shirt. He is a refugee from Burma who speaks English with an accent.

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Column: How does a child in U.S. go missing in broad daylight?

It’s going on two weeks now since an 18-year-old Waterloo high school junior left school during fourth period, went home, got on his bicycle — and vanished.

Moe Sed hasn’t been seen he rode away that morning, Oct. 22.

Police say they have no reason to suspect foul play and that Moe left voluntarily. He has no history of trouble with the law, and other than an insignificant argument they say he had with his father before leaving, there were no known family conflicts.

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