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California Kidnapping / Investigation #489199

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 22, 1976
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(Studio) Police look for 3 youths they want to question with regard to kidnapping of California school children and bus driver.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(California) Lawmen search 100-acre estate of Fred. Woods, who owns quarry where children and driver were buried. Woods' son buys old vehicles and fixes them up. Trailer found similar to 1 children were held in. Lawmen looking for: Fred Newhall Woods; James Schoenfeld and his brother Richard [San Mateo Cnty. Sheriff John McDONALD - says there are no arrest warrants out for 3.] Source says evidence found links 3 to crime and the motive was money.
REPORTER: Don Harris

Brinkley, David;
Harris, Don

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