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« Reply #160 on: July 30, 2009, 01:05:49 AM »

MCCLEARY, Wash. -- It's been more than a month since Lindsey Baum disappeared while walking home from a friend's house, but investigators are not giving up.

On Tuesday, detectives from Pierce County joined the search, hoping to turn up new leads or tips in the case.

They searched homes, trash cans and crawl spaces near where Lindsey was last seen, and cadaver-sniffing dogs were also brought in to comb the area.

Everywhere you look in this small town there's a photo of Lindsey -- posted in store windows, hanging on the side of a truck parked on Main Street.

Everyone knows her name and everyone wants her to come home.

Spending time here you get the feeling the the girl's disappearance has changed the town. Instead of trading the usual neighborhood gossip, it seems all anyone talks about is what might have happened to Lindsey.

Kevin Pratt lives in McCleary and says he's always keeping his eyes open and thinking of the missing girl.

"Every time I go out in these wooded areas, any time I'm out anywhere I'm looking for anything for anything out of the ordinary."

The investigation into Lindsey's disappearance, which has involved multiple local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, has turned up nothing.

http://www.komonews.com/news/local/51941307.html
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« Reply #161 on: July 30, 2009, 01:07:08 AM »

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catriley123 84p ·  12 hours ago

This is so sad. I imagine the law enforcement people share info with each other, right? I read the newspaper from my old hometown in California, and there was an attempted abduction of a girl around that age, by a man in a white cargo van with Washington plates. I think it was in Santa Maria. As I said, I'd imagine the authorities send out bulletins nationally, so they'd know about this. The Washington plates thing caught my attention.

I hope they find her soon.

http://www.komonews.com/news/local/51941307.html
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« Reply #162 on: July 30, 2009, 01:15:21 AM »

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catriley123 84p ·  12 hours ago

This is so sad. I imagine the law enforcement people share info with each other, right? I read the newspaper from my old hometown in California, and there was an attempted abduction of a girl around that age, by a man in a white cargo van with Washington plates. I think it was in Santa Maria. As I said, I'd imagine the authorities send out bulletins nationally, so they'd know about this. The Washington plates thing caught my attention.

I hope they find her soon.

http://www.komonews.com/news/local/51941307.html


I hope they are paying attention to this, a VAN WITH WASHINGTON PLATES
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« Reply #163 on: July 30, 2009, 01:26:02 AM »

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catriley123 84p ·  12 hours ago

This is so sad. I imagine the law enforcement people share info with each other, right? I read the newspaper from my old hometown in California, and there was an attempted abduction of a girl around that age, by a man in a white cargo van with Washington plates. I think it was in Santa Maria. As I said, I'd imagine the authorities send out bulletins nationally, so they'd know about this. The Washington plates thing caught my attention.

I hope they find her soon.

http://www.komonews.com/news/local/51941307.html

http://www.keyt.com/home/ticker/51341337.html

Man Tries To Lure Young Girl Into VanOriginally printed at http://www.keyt.com/home/ticker/51341337.html

Orcutt, CA-- Residents are being told to keep a lookout for a man driving a white van with possibly Washington State license plates.

Santa Barbara Sheriff deputies received a report Monday afternoon, that a man driving a white van near Hartnett and Cane tried to lure an 11-year-old girl into his van.

The girl said, the man pulled up to her and asked her to help him find a lost dog. The girl told sheriff officials that when she ran to a nearby home to call for help.

Detectives say the suspect is in his 50's and was driving a white cargo van with two rear windows covered by curtains.

If you have any information on a possible suspect, you are urged to call the Santa Barbara Sheriff's Department.
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« Reply #164 on: July 30, 2009, 01:29:05 AM »

It's about a 16hour drive:

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« Reply #165 on: July 30, 2009, 01:31:39 AM »

http://www.ksby.com/Global/story.asp?S=10760272

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"They were in a van with Washington plates and no side windows," said 12-year-old Cameron Carter.

12-year-old Skyler Stroop said, "They said he had like, gray hair, yeah. They said like, just to be aware."

Courtnee's close call is the talk of the neighborhood Tuesday.

Sheriff's deputies are looking for a white man in his mid-50s with salt and pepper hair. He is thought to be about 5 feet, 8 inches tall, weighing around 150 pounds. He was last seen driving a white cargo or minivan with Washington plates and no side windows, only a rear window with a curtain.

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« Reply #166 on: July 30, 2009, 07:43:26 AM »

Regarding the little girl from California and the white van with the Washington plates, that's a pretty significant "coincidence." Has someone passed that on to the tip line?
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« Reply #167 on: July 30, 2009, 08:01:43 AM »

Regarding the little girl from California and the white van with the Washington plates, that's a pretty significant "coincidence." Has someone passed that on to the tip line?

UPDATE:  I informed the tip line.  I just think that's too coincidental to ignore.  While it is some distance from McCleary, predators have traveled that far to meet who they thought were underage children in sting operations.
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« Reply #168 on: July 30, 2009, 08:33:15 AM »

Police chase leads on missing McCleary girl
Updated: 07/30/09   1:42 am
 
Searchers returned to the streets of McCleary under a brutal sun Tuesday to follow up on new leads in the hunt for 11-year-old Lindsey Baum, according to The Daily World of Aberdeen.

About 25 officers and searchers with dogs braved near-record temperatures to re-canvass areas of town, Grays Harbor Undersheriff Rick Scott said.

A recent $6,000 reward for information in the missing girl’s case has produced a new wave of tips, Scott said. Surrounding law enforcement agencies including the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office and the Aberdeen Police Department sent officers to help perform follow-up searches and interviews.

About six core investigators have been leading the effort to find Lindsey, who disappeared while walking a few blocks home June 26. The detectives have found no evidence explaining the 4-foot-9, brown-haired girl’s disappearance, but they continue sorting through thousands of tips.

Officers and volunteers knocked on doors throughout town Tuesday, asking new questions and trying to reach people missed in previous interviews, Scott said.

Two teams with cadaver search dogs also roamed the town, he said, but the hot conditions limited the available scents and quickly wore out the dogs.


Scott said detectives and extra officers expect to follow up on new tips in town for at least the rest of the week. He asked anyone with any potentially helpful information to call 866-915-8299.

http://www.thenewstribune.com/news/northwest/story/827963.html
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« Reply #169 on: July 30, 2009, 08:35:43 AM »

OOPS - sorry....the above article in is regards to Tuesday's search....its early and i thought today was Wednesday!  So I guess there was no search yesterday.
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« Reply #170 on: July 30, 2009, 08:39:37 AM »

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catriley123 84p ·  12 hours ago

This is so sad. I imagine the law enforcement people share info with each other, right? I read the newspaper from my old hometown in California, and there was an attempted abduction of a girl around that age, by a man in a white cargo van with Washington plates. I think it was in Santa Maria. As I said, I'd imagine the authorities send out bulletins nationally, so they'd know about this. The Washington plates thing caught my attention.

I hope they find her soon.

http://www.komonews.com/news/local/51941307.html

http://www.keyt.com/home/ticker/51341337.html

Man Tries To Lure Young Girl Into VanOriginally printed at http://www.keyt.com/home/ticker/51341337.html

Orcutt, CA-- Residents are being told to keep a lookout for a man driving a white van with possibly Washington State license plates.

Santa Barbara Sheriff deputies received a report Monday afternoon, that a man driving a white van near Hartnett and Cane tried to lure an 11-year-old girl into his van.

The girl said, the man pulled up to her and asked her to help him find a lost dog. The girl told sheriff officials that when she ran to a nearby home to call for help.

Detectives say the suspect is in his 50's and was driving a white cargo van with two rear windows covered by curtains.

If you have any information on a possible suspect, you are urged to call the Santa Barbara Sheriff's Department.

Thanks Klaas
Interesting that the white van guy was also looking for help in finding his lost dog.I sure hope that McCleary LE has fully investigated the man looking for help in finding his lost dog 2 days before Lindsey disappeared.
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« Reply #171 on: July 30, 2009, 10:13:48 AM »

Police chase leads on missing McCleary girl
Updated: 07/30/09   1:42 am
 
Searchers returned to the streets of McCleary under a brutal sun Tuesday to follow up on new leads in the hunt for 11-year-old Lindsey Baum, according to The Daily World of Aberdeen.

About 25 officers and searchers with dogs braved near-record temperatures to re-canvass areas of town, Grays Harbor Undersheriff Rick Scott said.

A recent $6,000 reward for information in the missing girl’s case has produced a new wave of tips, Scott said. Surrounding law enforcement agencies including the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office and the Aberdeen Police Department sent officers to help perform follow-up searches and interviews.

About six core investigators have been leading the effort to find Lindsey, who disappeared while walking a few blocks home June 26. The detectives have found no evidence explaining the 4-foot-9, brown-haired girl’s disappearance, but they continue sorting through thousands of tips.

Officers and volunteers knocked on doors throughout town Tuesday, asking new questions and trying to reach people missed in previous interviews, Scott said.

Two teams with cadaver search dogs also roamed the town, he said, but the hot conditions limited the available scents and quickly wore out the dogs.


Scott said detectives and extra officers expect to follow up on new tips in town for at least the rest of the week. He asked anyone with any potentially helpful information to call 866-915-8299.

http://www.thenewstribune.com/news/northwest/story/827963.html


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« Reply #172 on: July 30, 2009, 10:19:04 AM »

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catriley123 84p ·  12 hours ago

This is so sad. I imagine the law enforcement people share info with each other, right? I read the newspaper from my old hometown in California, and there was an attempted abduction of a girl around that age, by a man in a white cargo van with Washington plates. I think it was in Santa Maria. As I said, I'd imagine the authorities send out bulletins nationally, so they'd know about this. The Washington plates thing caught my attention.

I hope they find her soon.

http://www.komonews.com/news/local/51941307.html

http://www.keyt.com/home/ticker/51341337.html

Man Tries To Lure Young Girl Into VanOriginally printed at http://www.keyt.com/home/ticker/51341337.html

Orcutt, CA-- Residents are being told to keep a lookout for a man driving a white van with possibly Washington State license plates.

Santa Barbara Sheriff deputies received a report Monday afternoon, that a man driving a white van near Hartnett and Cane tried to lure an 11-year-old girl into his van.

The girl said, the man pulled up to her and asked her to help him find a lost dog. The girl told sheriff officials that when she ran to a nearby home to call for help.

Detectives say the suspect is in his 50's and was driving a white cargo van with two rear windows covered by curtains.

If you have any information on a possible suspect, you are urged to call the Santa Barbara Sheriff's Department.



Wow,  didn't Lindsey's mother say that 2 days before her disappearance a man was looking for his lost dog? Didn't she go to the park to help search....HINKY METER ALERT!!
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« Reply #173 on: July 30, 2009, 10:19:53 AM »

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catriley123 84p ·  12 hours ago

This is so sad. I imagine the law enforcement people share info with each other, right? I read the newspaper from my old hometown in California, and there was an attempted abduction of a girl around that age, by a man in a white cargo van with Washington plates. I think it was in Santa Maria. As I said, I'd imagine the authorities send out bulletins nationally, so they'd know about this. The Washington plates thing caught my attention.

I hope they find her soon.

http://www.komonews.com/news/local/51941307.html

http://www.keyt.com/home/ticker/51341337.html

Man Tries To Lure Young Girl Into VanOriginally printed at http://www.keyt.com/home/ticker/51341337.html

Orcutt, CA-- Residents are being told to keep a lookout for a man driving a white van with possibly Washington State license plates.

Santa Barbara Sheriff deputies received a report Monday afternoon, that a man driving a white van near Hartnett and Cane tried to lure an 11-year-old girl into his van.

The girl said, the man pulled up to her and asked her to help him find a lost dog. The girl told sheriff officials that when she ran to a nearby home to call for help.

Detectives say the suspect is in his 50's and was driving a white cargo van with two rear windows covered by curtains.

If you have any information on a possible suspect, you are urged to call the Santa Barbara Sheriff's Department.

Thanks Klaas
Interesting that the white van guy was also looking for help in finding his lost dog.I sure hope that McCleary LE has fully investigated the man looking for help in finding his lost dog 2 days before Lindsey disappeared.


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« Reply #174 on: July 30, 2009, 10:22:56 AM »

I don't remember, but was the guy in McCleary  looking for his dog ,also driving a white van??   

If there is a connection here, Lindsey could be anywhere between McCleary and Santa Barbara.  How sad.

JessStar, thanks for reporting this!!
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« Reply #175 on: July 30, 2009, 10:37:32 AM »

I don't remember, but was the guy in McCleary  looking for his dog ,also driving a white van??   

If there is a connection here, Lindsey could be anywhere between McCleary and Santa Barbara.  How sad.

JessStar, thanks for reporting this!!

Absolutely.  This threw up a GIGANTIC red flag when I read it.  There are just too many parallels to ignore it.
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« Reply #176 on: July 30, 2009, 10:41:15 AM »

I don't remember, but was the guy in McCleary  looking for his dog ,also driving a white van??   

If there is a connection here, Lindsey could be anywhere between McCleary and Santa Barbara.  How sad.

JessStar, thanks for reporting this!!

Absolutely.  This threw up a GIGANTIC red flag when I read it.  There are just too many parallels to ignore it.
Exactly, and one just doesn't know, could mean nothing, could mean everything.
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« Reply #177 on: July 30, 2009, 11:17:12 AM »

I don't remember, but was the guy in McCleary  looking for his dog ,also driving a white van??   

If there is a connection here, Lindsey could be anywhere between McCleary and Santa Barbara.  How sad.

JessStar, thanks for reporting this!!

Absolutely.  This threw up a GIGANTIC red flag when I read it.  There are just too many parallels to ignore it.
Exactly, and one just doesn't know, could mean nothing, could mean everything.

this alleged offender fits my profile to a tee...

no offense to anyone digging thru the mountains of sex local sex offenders intended...

but this is more along the lines of what I believe is a hit and run abduction.... and occurred in Lindsey's case...

in town and gone or stopped in town and gone...
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« Reply #178 on: July 30, 2009, 11:26:14 AM »

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catriley123 84p ·  12 hours ago

This is so sad. I imagine the law enforcement people share info with each other, right? I read the newspaper from my old hometown in California, and there was an attempted abduction of a girl around that age, by a man in a white cargo van with Washington plates. I think it was in Santa Maria. As I said, I'd imagine the authorities send out bulletins nationally, so they'd know about this. The Washington plates thing caught my attention.

I hope they find her soon.

http://www.komonews.com/news/local/51941307.html

http://www.keyt.com/home/ticker/51341337.html

Man Tries To Lure Young Girl Into VanOriginally printed at http://www.keyt.com/home/ticker/51341337.html

Orcutt, CA-- Residents are being told to keep a lookout for a man driving a white van with possibly Washington State license plates.

Santa Barbara Sheriff deputies received a report Monday afternoon, that a man driving a white van near Hartnett and Cane tried to lure an 11-year-old girl into his van.

The girl said, the man pulled up to her and asked her to help him find a lost dog. The girl told sheriff officials that when she ran to a nearby home to call for help.

Detectives say the suspect is in his 50's and was driving a white cargo van with two rear windows covered by curtains.

If you have any information on a possible suspect, you are urged to call the Santa Barbara Sheriff's Department.

Thanks Klaas
Interesting that the white van guy was also looking for help in finding his lost dog.I sure hope that McCleary LE has fully investigated the man looking for help in finding his lost dog 2 days before Lindsey disappeared.


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« Reply #179 on: July 30, 2009, 11:28:28 AM »

I don't remember, but was the guy in McCleary  looking for his dog ,also driving a white van??   

If there is a connection here, Lindsey could be anywhere between McCleary and Santa Barbara.  How sad.

JessStar, thanks for reporting this!!
I don't remember if they said what the lost dog guy in McCleary was driving but Lindsey did ask her Mama if she could help hang up flyers and search for the dog.....I'll have to check the last few pages of this thread for that info.
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