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Des Moines, Iowa / Gosch Disappearance #346706

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 04, 1992
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(West Des Moines, Iowa: James Hattori) Disappearance of paper boy Johnny Gosch in Des Moines, Iowa, ten years ago reexamined. [Parents John and Noreen GOSCH - believe their son was kidnapped and sold.] Gosch's case recalled spurring the use of milk cartons to publicize missing children. Similar disappearance of Eugene Martin in 1984 noted. ["Des Moines Register" Frank SANTIAGO - talks about the missing children cases.] [In prison, Paul BENACHE - says his gang abducted Johnny.] [National Center for Missing Children Ernie ALLEN - says someone knows where he is.]

Chung, Connie;
Hattori, James

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