Missing person cases in the state of Alabama

CBS42.com

The Alabama Department of Public Safety website shows there are 10 active missing children cases in our state. There are also 90 missing adult cases.

That includes 77-year-old Clara Vaughn Rogers. She disappeared from her home in Clay County Alabama July 9, 2010. She was suffering from dementia at the time. If you have any information please contact the Clay County Sheriff’s Office.

There is also Nancy Lewis. She disappeared in March of 2005. Coworkers knew something was up when she didn’t show up for work at Children’s of Alabama. Her pick up truck was found abandoned a few days later. If you have information in this case plase call Birmingham Crime Stoppers.

Hueytown native Pam Biggers disappeared in 2008. She was on a business trip in Panama City. Five months after she disappeared family members were led to believe she had surfaced in Ohio,but may not know who she is.

Then there is missing Mountain Brook teen Natalie Holloway who disappeared while on her senior trip to Aruba. Last year family members had a judge declare the teen legally dead.

Click here to access the Alabama Department of Public Safety website and search the missing persons cases for yourself.

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