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Iowa / Two Missing Girls #1026838

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 16, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The search in Iowa for two missing girls {Lyric Cook-Morrissey† and Elizabeth Collins††} introduced; photos shown. [Black Hawk County sheriff's department Chief Deputy Richard ABBEN†- says the focus is to get these two girls back.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with mother/aunt Misty Cook-Morrissey† and aunt Tammy Brousseau†† about the missing girl cousins. [COOK-MORRISSEY†, BROUSSEAU††- comment on the girls 10 and 8 whose bikes were found outside their usual travel zone; explains how they were taught to react to strangers; notes the willingness to take polygraph exams; characterize the girls.]

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