Washington Company Adds New Poster of Missing Girl to Trucking Fleet
A trucking company in Washington state is adding a new photo of a girl missing since 2009 to a fleet of trucks that already includes pictures of two missing children in our region.
PACIFIC, WA - A trucking company in Washington state is adding a new photo of a girl missing since 2009 to a fleet of trucks that already includes pictures of two missing children in our region.
Lindsay Baum was last seen on June 26th, 2009 in McCleary, Washington. She was 10-years-old at the time.
As part of the Homeward Bound Program to find missing children in Washington state, Gordon Trucking will ad an aged progressed poster of her to its fleet. Posters of Lindsay have been traveling around the country on 10 Gordon Trucking trailers since 2010.
Gordon Trucking also trucks displaying pictures of Richard "Cody" Haynes, who went missing in Kittitas County in September of 2004. He was 11-years-old. Sofia Juarez is also on the face of a number of trucking trailers. She went missing at 5-years-old in Kennewick back in February of 2003.
The following is the list of other children in the Homeward Bound Program:
Agueda Arias, missing since February 2003, 5 years old
Kayla Croft-Payne, missing since April 20, 2010, 17 years old
Misty Copsey, missing since September 1992, 13 years old
Ronald Frye, missing since September 1993, 15 years old
Kryon Horman, missing since June 2010, 7 years old
Bryce Herda, missing since April 1995, 6 years old
Tyler Inman, missing since October 1982, 3 years old
Lenoria Jones, missing since July 1995, 3 years old
Teekah Lewis, missing since January 1999, 2 years old
Katya Lyne, missing since March 1997, 15 years old
Loukthayoth Phiangdae, missing since February 1996, 11 years old
Joseph Pichler, missing since January 2006, 18 years old
Jasmine Sajedi, missing since July 2004, 2 years old
Shelby Wright, missing since July 2004, 14 years old
Anyone with information about the disappearance of any of these children should call the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children tip line at 1-800-THE-LOST.
There are also two posters on Gordon Trucking trailers that are "In Memory" of Zina Linnik and Adre'anna Jackson.