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North Carolina / Myers Missing Child Case #727386

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 29, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Roseboro, North Carolina: Bobbi Harley) The possibility that a boy called Eli Quick in Evanston, Illinois, is Tristen “Buddy” Myers, who disappeared from his North Carolina home two years ago, featured; home video & photos shown. [Aunt Donna MYERS†- says we’re praying that it’s him.] [Sampson County, North Carolina, Sheriff's Sgt. Darold COX††- relates his call to Myers.] [Emergency Medicine director Dr. William MALONEY†- says we’re trained to recognize symptoms of abuse or neglect.] [National Center for Missing & Exploited Children Ernie ALLEN†- says our hope is that we have located a child missing more than two & a half years safely.] [Mother Raven MYERS†- comments on the wait for DNA testing.] The detention of the man who brought the boy to an Evanston hospital noted.

Rather, Dan;
Harley, Bobbi

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