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Robin Abrams was 28 years old when she was last seen driving her red 1989 Dodge Daytona hatchback in suburban Beecher
The FBI, Illinois State Police and crime scene investigators returned Friday to a home in Joliet in a renewed search for a woman who went missing almost three decades ago.
New leads in the case of Robin Abrams, a former Will County Sheriff’s officer reported missing on Oct. 4, 1990, led authorities this week to the home where her family said a cadaver dog caught a scent.
Police Dig at Joliet Home for Woman Missing Since 1990
"I'm nervous but I'm not giving up hope," Abrams' sister, Jody Abrams Walsh, said. "I'm really proud of the FBI and the Illinois State Police that are finally getting in and getting to do a real job on the house."
Crews began digging again at 9 a.m. Friday under a portion of concrete slab floor in the home's basement in the 100 block of South Margaret Street.
Abrams was 28 years old when she was last seen driving her red 1989 Dodge Daytona hatchback near Goodenow Road in suburban Beecher, where she is from. Her car was later recovered in Harvey, but she was never found.
Before Abrams disappeared, she had been dating a married man who worked in law enforcement, her family said, and had filed a civil rights lawsuit accusing him of getting her fired.
Abrams sister said the man's stepbrother did construction at the home, though her family said a previous search of the home came up negative.
They are taking all the cement out and they are going over it with new, modern techniques...going to go through it with new, modern forensics and technology that, hopefully, we can find some remains.
"They are taking all the cement out and they are going over it with new, modern techniques," Abrams Walsh said, "going to go through it with new, modern forensics and technology that, hopefully, we can find some remains."
The residents who currently live in the home are not involved in the case, according to police, who said the new lead did not come from them.
"This is a quiet neighborhood," said Jazmin Sanchez, who lives nearby. "None of that stuff happens here, never."
The family who lives in the home are being fully cooperative, police said, and have been relocated as the search takes place.
"The house was there when we moved in, but it had just been built," said Sue Sullivan, who moved to the area in late 1990.
"That's amazing, it's absolutely amazing," Sanchez added of the search, thinking of Abrams' family. "It's good for them to get closure."
Authorities have been at the house on and off since Monday, police said, and had no estimate as to how long the dig may take.
Source: FBI, CSI Return to Joliet Home in Search of Woman Missing Since 1990 | NBC Chicago http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/fbi-csi-joliet-home-search-woman-missing-since-1990-414721523.html#ixzz4Zfzbf8jq
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olice say a 41-year-old man has been missing for two days and are asking for the public's help in locating him.
Jeremy Raisanen was reported missing on Wednesday by his wife. Police say his family is very concerned about his well-being.
Raisanen is a white male, five-foot-11 with blue eyes, brown hair and glasses.
Anyone with information is asked to call Bethlehem police detective Sean Molony at 610-865-7187.
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Des Moines police are asking for the public’s help locating a missing child and her mother.
The Des Moines Police Department said 6-year-old Audrey Cooper was reported missing Thursday. Authorities said the child’s mother, Tanya Kephart, violated a court order by picking the child up from her day care around 3 p.m. that day.
Kephart and the child have not been seen since that time.
Police said Kephart has limited parental rights and that the court order restricts her from seeing the child unsupervised.
Des Moines police said that the mother and child may be traveling in a red 1997 GMC Yukon with Iowa plate DJZ 646. Authorities said the vehicle is associated with an Urbandale address.
Anyone with information regarding their whereabouts should contact the Des Moines Police Department at 515-283-4811, or Crime Stoppers of Central Iowa at 515-223-1400 or www.crimestoppersofcentraliowa.com.
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The FBI will be joining the Los Angeles and San Fernando police departments in their search for a 14-year-old boy who went missing amid last week's rainstorms. Elias Rodriguez of Pacoima was last seen about 1 p.m. on Feb. 17
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Family of Missing Mark Aguilar is offering a monetary reward for information leading to the direct immediate location ofMissing Mark Aguilar
Mark Aguilar of Santa Fe, NM
Mark Aguilar was last seen on September 04,2016 09/04/2016 in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Date of Birth: 02/19/1965 (51) Sex: Male Eye Color: Black
Height: 5 ft 06 in Weight: 150 pounds
Hair Color: Brown Race: American Indian/Alaskan Native
Scars, Marks, and Tattoos
Scar Head, nonspecific scar
Mark was last seen on video surveillance at the NM workforce connection Building October 12,13 and 18th in 2016
Wearing Blue Jeans, Red t-shirt a red NM Lobos ball cap and had a black backpack
Aguilar is known to frequent the area of Pete’s Place Shelter and the Rufina Street area
If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Mark Aguilar please contact the Santa Fe Police Department at (505)428-3710.
New Mexico Department of Public Safety Missing Person Hotline 1-800-457-3463
A Candlelight Vigil is scheduled for Saturday February 18,2017 5:30PM
NM workforce connection Building
301 W. De Vargas St
Santa Fe, NM 87501