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Duluth, Georgia / Runaway Bride / Missing Persons #788769

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 02, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Indianapolis, Indiana: Kelli Arena) The worst case scenarios for missing persons examined in light of the case of runaway bride Jennifer Wilbanks; details given about how a missing person's inner circle includes the likeliest suspects. [Indianapolis police department missing persons unit's Lt. Don BENDER - says missing persons cases often involve a family member; recounts the cases of Karen Jo Smith & Laci Peterson; outlines the motives.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with FBI agent Bill Elwell‡ about the Wilbanks case. [From Albuquerque, ELWELL - outlines the interview of Wilbanks about her "kidnapping" story & her admission to the truth.]

Brown, Aaron;
Arena, Kelli

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