Jayme Bowen was last seen on April 10th, 2014 as she left her sister's house to make the short walk to her parents' house, located only a few blocks away in South Columbus, Ohio. Jayme never arrived.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -March 2015... Friends and family of Jayme Bowen came together in an effort to try and find the young mother who disappeared almost a year ago. Bowen was last seen walking in the broad daylight from one relative's house to another in the area of Parsons and Stewart Avenues on April 10, 2014. The people who knew her best insist she would never have just left her family. They believe someone took her and maybe forced her into the world of human trafficking.
"Not only is my daughter missing, there are other girls missing," said Jayme's mother, Nancy Bowen. "I do believe Jayme's alive. I do believe I'm gonna find her." On Sunday, she and others drove through Columbus neighborhoods with Jayme's picture and information on their cars. They tacked posters with her picture to telephone poles, hung them in business windows and then prayed someone who knows something sees they want Jayme home and calls in a tip.
Quote "Not only is my daughter missing, there are other girls missing," said Jayme's mother, Nancy Bowen. I have written extensively about numerous petite blond females who are here one day and the next they just disappear into thin air since June 3, 2011 when petite blonde female Lauren Spierer went missing, NBS news and others have copied my headline "Missing in America" and attached it to stories about other young petite blond females gone missing. Dateline NBC's social and digital series 'Missing in America' began in December 2013 with a question to our Facebook community, "Do you know anyone who has simply vanished?"
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – Florida private investigator Bill Warner believes more than a dozen missing persons cases from Kentucky and surrounding states may be connected. The faces of the young women on Bill Warner’s blog are similar but behind each smile is a different family searching for answers. “It just escalated over the last two or three years,” Warner said. “It continued, the same profile, young female with long blond hair, same petite size, it just kept happening over and over and over again.” See WKYT CBS TV News Video at http://www.wkyt.com/home/headlines/Private-investigator-believes-Kentucky-missing-person-cases-may-be-related-239509891.html?ref=891
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