Update: The girls have been found The mother of Castle High School student, Kimberly Askren, has put out a plea on social media in hopes of finding her missing daughter Kimberly, along with her friend and coworker, Calista Self.
It's been over four months since 19-year-old special needs teenager, Aleah Beckerle went missing from her home in Evansville. As the search continues, a silent vigil will be held Saturday, December 10th to show Aleah, wherever she may be, that the community has not given up hope for her return.
9/26/16 @ 1:19 PM UPDATE: The media cannot go into the area that the EPD is searching but there have been updates. 9/26/16 @12 PM: Several news outlets including our media partners at 44 News are reporting the Evansville Police Department began searching the Blackfoot Landfill in Winslow, Indiana thi…
It's been nearly five days since 19-year-old special needs teenager, Aleah Beckerle went missing near her home on Iowa Street in Evansville. As the community rallies together to search for her, a $2,500 reward has been introduced in an effort to encourage more residents to jump in and help.
The Evansville Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding Randall Austin, Jr., whose family has not had any contact with him since late November and are concerned for his safety and well-being.