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California Kidnapping / Suspects / Chowchilla #247091

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 23, 1976
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(Studio) All-points bulletin sent out by California police for suspects of California kidnapping of 26 school children and their bus driver.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(California) [Alameda Cnty. Sheriff Tom HOUCHINS - says A.P.B. put out for 3 suspects.] Search on for: Fred Woods IV and James and Richard Schoenfeld. Woods is son of owner of quarry where children were held captive. Schoenfelds are sons of wealthy podiatrist. Vans found in San Jose, California, thought to be the ones used by kidnappers. Bus driver Ed Ray brought to scene. Ransom note reported found. Inside shown of trailer used as prison for kidnap victims.
REPORTER: Richard Threlkeld

(Chowchilla, California) Parents and relatives of kidnap victims are apprehensive. [Mother of victims Joan BROWN - describes kidnapping experience.] [Mother of victims Evelyn REYNOLDS - says will continue lives as they are.] [Jennifer BROWN, 9, - says kidnappers probably didn't have enough love.]
REPORTER: Harold Dow

Reporter(s):
Dow, Harold;
Rather, Dan;
Threlkeld, Richard
Duration:
00:02:50

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