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Runaways #472020

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 15, 1973
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(Studio) Mass murder case in Houston focuses national attention on runaways.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

(Chicago, Illinois) Runaways usually mingle in older sections of towns. Private agency, Looking Glass, set up for free board, telephone and cnsling. without parents or police. [Looking Glass Center spokesperson Betty BECKER - believes horrors such as Houston less likely to occur if more agencies like Looking Glass available.] Police say most runaways return home. [Police officer Jane KELLEY - says parents don't usually know where to look for children. Neighbors most helpful.] Police overloaded with runaways; parents should raise children better.
REPORTER: Keith Klein

Klein, Keith;
Utley, Garrick

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