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Peas In Their Pods Radio Highlights Missing Laurie Partridge

Please join Peas In Their Pods as they welcome Kimberly Partridge Carroll to their radio show on Sunday evening, February 20 at 8pm ET on BlogTalk Radio.  Listen to the discussion about Laurie, learn about who she is and what she means to a family that misses her daily.

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About Missing Laurie Partridge

1974, the Beach Boys, engagement rings, boyfriends, the drill team and high school newspaper, all things on the mind of 17 year old Laurie Partridge when she left school early on the afternoon of December 4.  Not feeling well,  she started  walking the two mile journey home, but she never made it.

According to media reports, Laurie was a typical, adjusted teenager with no cause to run away from home, her parents, family and boyfriend.  She was looking forward to so much, including an upcoming  concert starring the Beach Boys.   Laurie is the oldest of five siblings, all from a close knit family that had recently moved from California to Spokane, WA.  Although she wasn’t happy about the move, she seemed to adjust to her new surroundings and new friends.  All of this was disregarded when she was reported missing and authorities considered her just another runaway teen, categorizing her into a low priority and hesitating to intensely investigate her case.   (CNN iReport)



Date Missing: Dec. 4, 1974……

DOB: May 31, 1957

From: Spokane, Washington Age Missing: 17 ….

Age Now: 53

Race: Caucasian/ white Hair Color: Blonde ….

Eye Color: Blue Height: 5’0″ ….

Weight: 110 lbs

Last seen: Last seen walking home from school at 37th & Havana Streets on Spokane’s South Hill.

A $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the resolution of Laurie’s disappearance, the reward is being offered by Officials of the Carole Sund/Carrington Memorial Reward Foundation.

ANYONE WITH INFORMATION CONTACT (You may remain anonymous)

Spokane Crime Check (509) 456-2233

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children 1-800-843-5678 (1-800-THE-LOST)

The Tip Line at (509) 242-TIPS

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