This week’s featured missing person is Sarah Lee Murray, a 14-year-old girl who disappeared from Kenbridge, Virginia on February 18, 1997. She had been living with a relative at the time of her disappearance; her mother had died a year and a half earlier. The police, at the time, thought Sarah had run away, and perhaps she did. But it’s been over 20 years, almost 25, and that’s a long time for someone to be under the radar. There is little evidence to support any theory.
If still alive, Sarah (also known as Susana) would be 38 years old today.
Hi, I’ve just found missing Lori Amendolara YouTube channel, where she plays the piano. Her face is in profile, and I thought maybe you could screenshot that and add to the images of her in your article. But note though, that I have no idea about the legality of that. Also, I have no idea if you could add her video to your article about her. Her video is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeb3v5x64j4 (and here’s her Twitter page: https://twitter.com/amendolarapiano?lang=en)
Hi, here is a missing teenager from Tennessee that you can add to this site: Daphne Westbrook, 17, was last seen in Oct. 2019 and is believed to have been kidnapped by her dad.