Monday, June 20, 2011

Thanks CUE Center and Scott Co. K9

It warms our hearths to see the loving support such as this extended to find the missing and give the family hope and/or answers. Thanks so much to Marshia Morton and Monica Caison and others who give so freely of their time and expertise to help. After all the bad that has happened it is so wonderful to see the good in humanity. Thanks to KFVS for informing viewers of the growing missing person problem (especially women) in Missouri.

From KFVS:

SCOTT COUNTY, MO (KFVS) - A Scott County search and rescue unit wants families like Jacque Waller's family to know there's hope they will find their missing loved ones.

From recent cases, to cold cases, the team works with a national center called CUE which stands for Community United Effort.

Just this Sunday, the Scott County team returned from searching for a missing woman in Oklahoma and even searched for Shawn Hornbeck before he was found alive. They want families to know through the networking abilities of the CUE center there are local and national resources available that can bring them answers even when they think all hope is lost.

"We are just individuals with the right attitude who are working just for the family. We are trying to work with law enforcement to bring families closure," said Marshia Morton of the Scott County team.

Anywhere in the United States, the team can be called in.

"I just can't imagine anything worse than not knowing where your family member is," said Claire Stadt. "We can help eliminate a lot of possibilities with our dogs and our search teams and resources."

See the complete story at KFVS.

Click here for the CUE Center:


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