Missing, but not forgotten
Note: I recently received this request for information--lrh
I was living in South-Central Los Angeles in the early 1960s and attending Lillian Street Elementary School. My sister and I walked home with her friend Cassie, who stood out among the predominantly Hispanic and African American neighborhood. She was very blonde and blue-eyed, and about 9 or 10 years old Her dad lived off of 65th avenue and drove a catering truck for a living, always giving us leftover donuts that he did not sell that day.
The police came to our house late in the afternoon, saying she never made it home. We had walked with her to 64th Street where we lived and then she walked on.
I would like to know more about what happened; if the case was ever solved. I have never been able to even find an article on this on the Internet, but the sheriffs did tell me about 15 years ago that the case was never solved.
Can you find out more about her, her last name or any possible leads? It has haunted me all these years. Her family moved out of state after the kidnapping, I think there were four kids in the family.