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A Closer Look (In Plain Sight) #849812

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jan 15, 2007
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(Studio: Kate Snow) The questions about missing children raised by the case of Missouri boy Shawn Hornbeck, who had been kidnapped & held for four years, introduced; Justice Department statistics on missing children cited.

(Kirkwood, Missouri: Barbara Pinto) The Missouri kidnapping case & Shawn's apparent freedom examined; scenes shown of abductor Michael Devlin & the Kirkwood apartment complex where he lived. [Neighbor Rick RICHARD†- talks about his life in the complex.] [Friend Kelly DOUGLAS†- talks about Shawn.] [National Center for Missing & Exploited Children Dr. Juliet FRANCIS†- explains their fear of being killed.] [Victims rights advocate Andy KAHAN†- raises the issue of how many other missing children....] National Center for Missing & Exploited Children statistics on child abductions per year cited.

Reporter(s):
Snow, Kate;
Pinto, Barbara
Duration:
00:02:30

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