Someone Is Missing –
If someone you know comes up missing…
This website will supply you with the following;
- Our web address to use immediately
- Web space, and our abilities for as long as you need.
- Unlimited bandwidth resources for as long as you need.
- Enough resources to handle press and media exposure.
- Template web pages published with the information you give us.
- Instant internet exposure.
- To be there for you when others fade away
If someone you love is missing, and the police and media know it, we’ll help you let the whole world know it, 100% FREE. All we need from you is the information.
To provide instant internet exposure for missing persons of any age, race or religion, worldwide. With our main objective of becoming a household name so that perpetrators will think twice before acting. They’ll know we’re here waiting and their movements will be limited.
Missing Persons List
Deputies are searching for a Manassas, Virginia man who’s been reported missing from April of 1988. Jerry Plaster went to the Manassas Mall at 8300 Sudley Rd in Manassas, Virginia (Northern Virginia) on 4-16-88 with a friend. He was dropped off and not seen from since. He always kept in touch with his family and his sudden disappearance was deeply felt. This case is now almost 27 years old, but not forgotten. Someone has to have knowledge as to what happened. No clue is too small to provide valuable information. See more at – http://someoneismissing.com/jerry-dewayne-plaster-manassas-va/
Deputies are searching for a St. Albans woman who’s been reported missing from St. Albans, WV.
According to a release from the Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office, Francis Ann Wartenburg, 33, was last seen Feb. 21nd, 2015. Her last known whereabouts was at the America’s Best Value In hotel near Smiley’s Lounge which is in an un-incorporated town called Jefferson just outside of St. Albans in Kanawha County. Smiley’s Lounge is located at 6210 Maccorkle Ave. See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/frances-wartenburg-st-albans-wv/
The Mother of Ms. Lemons filed a report with the Chillicothe Police Dept. on 12/29/2014 stating she had not heard from or seen her daughter Wanda Lemons since Nov. 3 2014 and even though her daughter was prone to be out of contact for periods of time in the past, her mother didn’t become alarmed until after Christmas, because her daughter has never failed to contact her family members in Ohio, or Texas for Christmas. Her mother and family are asking for help from the public for any information. – See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/wanda-jean-lemons-chillicothe-oh/
Paul ‘Cliff’ Sigman has been missing since December 1, 2014. He left on foot from his residence and was last seen in the area of Stump Run Road off Route 7 North, AA Highway area, in Grayson, Kentucky. Paul Clifton Sigman is 30 years-old, approximately 6′ 00″ tall and weighs 170 lbs. He was last seen wearing a blue hoodie and blue jeans. The Department of Emergency Management was contacted and multiple searches have been conducted in the area. His location is currently unknown. Anyone with any information please contact – Kentucky State Police – 606-928-6421 – See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/paul-sigman-grayson-ky/
Tara Grinstead disappeared from her home and has not been heard from since Saturday, October 22. On October 24, 2005 at 8:50am a report was made to the Ocilla Police Department by neighbors and coworkers who were concerned about her well being. Tara did not show up for work and they were unable to reach her. The last known contact with Tara was on Saturday October 22, 2005 at approx. 11:00 pm. There is no known description of the clothing she was wearing when she disappeared. Her house was locked and her car is parked at her home. The only items known to be missing are her purse and keys.
“Tara was attacked and abducted between 11:05 PM Sat. night and 5:00 AM Sunday morning. The perpetrator returned to Tara’s home sometime Monday morning after 12:15 am and dropped the latex glove. – See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/tara-grinstead-ocilla-ga/
Lilly Armburo disappeared from the apartment of her heroin addicted boyfriend in the Dadeland area. Since then, her mother Lucely and I have launched an exhaustive search for her only to become disillusioned and extremely frustrated with the lack of effort of the Miami Dade Police Department.
A convicted killer has been identified by the investigators as a person of interest in her disappearance. After four meetings with the missing persons detectives, a convicted killer who served time for murder has yet to be interviewed even though identified and located by the private investigator. – See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/lucely-lilly-aramburo-miami-fl/
Elizabeth Sullivan was reported missing from San Diego, California on October 13th., 2014. She is 31 years old and was last known to be at her Point Loma home. Elizabeth’s family and friends have been trying to contact her by phone and text messaging to no avail. The last message answered was on October 13. Elizabeth is African-American, 5’3″ tall, weighs 130 pounds and has dark hair and brown eyes. – See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/elizabeth-sullivan-san-diego-ca/
Jael Hamblen was last seen Oct. 11th, 2014 in the Trailside Loop area of South Anchorage. According to Anchorage Police Department, no one has seen or heard from her she left her 7-month-old son in the care of her roommate for the weekend. Those close to Hamblen say they grew concerned after she didn’t check in the following day. After many calls and texts went unanswered, concern grew for Hamblen’s safety and well-being. Jael is described as 5-foot-4-inches tall, approximately 180 pounds, with green eyes.
– See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/jael-hamblen-missing-anchorage/
41-year-old Roberta Rene Cable, who goes by “Rene” has been missing since December 14, 2013. Rene went missing after leaving her home in Clearwater. She was last seen wearing a yellow tank top, blue jeans and white tennis shoes. She has not contacted friends or family during the past holidays and was scheduled to begin a new job Dec. 16, but never showed up. – See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/roberta-rene-cable-missing/
Zoe Campos was last visibly seen on November 17th at roughly 11:30pm and last contact with her was made at approximately 2:30 a.m. on November 18th. That contact was a text message sent to her mother telling her she was on her way to pick her up from work on East 34th St. in Lubbock. She never showed up.
Zoe Campos was last seen wearing black pants, a light mint green corset, and a black jacket. – See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/zoe-campos-missing/
Michelle Moore was traveling from New Braunfels, TX, to Corona, CA. She called a friend on 11/11/2013 while in the company of a towing company employee, possibly with a company by the name of Champion. She has not been seen since 11/9/2013 or heard from since 11/11/2013. Any leads/sightings can be reported to New Braunfels Police Department at (830) 221-4000. See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/michelle-moore-missing/
Kelly Dwyer, from Chicago and living in Milwaukee, was last seen on October 11th, 2013 and reported missing the next day when she failed to show up for work at Lululemon on North Water Street, Third Ward, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Kelly was last seen leaving the Allium restaurant with a male friend and entering his apartment at 2036 North Prospect Avenue in Milwaukee. Kelly is described as being 5′ 7″ tall, 145 lbs., of medium build with green eyes and brown hair. Kelly was last known to be ‘dressed for an evening out’ See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/kelly-dwyer-missing/ or visit a search effort page setup on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/KellyDwyerSearchEfforts
The Purpose Behind SomeoneIsMissing.com
Prior to this sites launching in 2006, Central Florida experienced the disappearance of a beautiful young woman. When it was realized that something was wrong the family took immediate measures with both the police and the media.
This went on for 2 to 3 days with local television stations and websites releasing the information about the case. News channels are affiliates of larger networks and the information they publish stays regulated within their local areas. Not to say the network doesn’t pick this information up, but the “15 minutes of fame” phrase doesn’t work very well under these circumstances.
This is why we say that, the speed of the internet is almost as fast as sound. Everyone knows if you email someone while talking on the phone, in most cases the recipient receives the email almost instantly.
A hypothetical scenario on an abduction; a family is distressed and completely lost about where to run next. The victim could be anywhere. The family is successful getting the picture and plea on the nightly news, and they know someone may be watching it for that brief instant while they show the victim’s profile. They can hope that someone within that short time, within that regulated viewing area, saw the plea and recognized the victim from their journeys that day.
How many people actually saw it? Some did no doubt, the question is, how many of them are blessed with a photographic memory to remember each detail, height, weight, hair color, clothes they were wearing? Not many. Which leads to the purpose of SomeoneIsMissing.com and our point; we can help you online while the case is being tended to on land.
To sum it up, we’re an all-in-one online resource for missing people. There are other portals within the arena and we suggest that you enlist the service of each and every one. If you’re working with us and have daily updates on your case, we’ll do the updates on our site for you. If your case has the unfortunate outcome of not being resolved for a long period of time, we have the time, the abilities, and the space for you to keep trying.
SomeoneIsMissing.com is here to help. We’re going to help you, stay with you, and put as much information on the internet that you give us to help reunite you with your loved one.
Except for Texas – it doesn’t take long for victims/perpetrators to leave the state – if families don’t spread their search past the state-lines fast, efforts may become futile. In one case, along with the media and our abilities, we had a young ladies profile on over 100,000 computers from coast to coast and into 20 different countries around the world within one week’s time.
Please tell anyone that may benefit from our help that we’re out there for them.