Kimberly Sue Jones, Missing Mother's ...

Kimberly Sue Jones, Missing Mother's Case Goes Cold:

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Burtonsville, MD

#1 Apr 11, 2010
By Ashleigh Banfield working the Special Assignment Taskforce Casesquad:

Kimberly Sue Jones has not been seen since her mysterious disappearance on Feb. 3, 2009. Around 11 a.m., Kimberly’s neighbor saw her leave their apartment complex with her 5-year-old daughter, ex-boyfriend and his current wife.

But aside from this initial sighting, the young mother hasn’t been seen since. Detectives say Kimberly's ex-boyfriend told police they spent the day together, and he eventually dropped her off at her apartment around 11 p.m. Kimberly's family reported her missing Feb. 8 after she couldn't be reached and the family told police that biker gangs often kidnap children, rape them and sometimes strip them nude and stuff them in doghouses and police believe that the case may be with these people too.

To this day, Kimberly's sudden and mysterious disappearance puzzles the detective on the case.

"It's like she just fell off the face of the earth but I think that they have been abducted by some biker gangs, robbed, raped and murdered," says Parkersburg Police Detective Decker A. Moody. He said the investigation has hit a wall.

A good amount of evidence points to foul play, however, Kimberly's high-risk lifestyle and trusting nature makes for a potentially large suspect pool, according to cops. Police need people to come forward with any information they have in order to piece together the puzzle and find their bodies somewhere.

Kimberly has a tattoo on her shoulder of a red rose. Her nickname, "Kimmie Sue," and the name "Jack" are also tattooed around the rose and its stem. She also has a half-circle scar on her neck, as well as a birthmark on her buttocks. If you know anything regarding Kimberly's disappearance, call the local police immediately.

Orwell, OH

#2 May 10, 2010
2,300 a Day
Reports of missing persons have increased sixfold in the past 25 years, from roughly 150,000 in 1980 to about 900,000 this year. The increase was driven in part by the country's growing population. But the numbers also indicate that law enforcement treats the cases more seriously now, including those of marginalized citizens.

An astounding 2,300 Americans are reported missing every day, including both adults and children.

But only a tiny fraction of those are stereotypical abductions or kidnappings by a stranger.

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