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The Roth Show welcomes back Monica Caison, Founder of CUE Center for Missing Persons to highlight the case of missing Alonzo Williams of Rochester, NY. Along with Monica, a family member of Alonzo Williams will be on air to talk with firsthand knowledge about him, what they think may have happened to him and future searches planned.
Alonzo Williams, 20, of Rochester, walked away from his 19th Ward home early in the morning of Nov. 22 and became a missing person in Rochester.
On any given day, Rochester police have between 50 and 75 open missing persons cases. That includes anyone who has been reported missing, regardless of age or the circumstances under which they disappeared.
Williams’ family has continued its efforts to bring Williams home safely and they want to let other families of people who have gone missing know that they are not alone. His face is on not only posters but also water bottles and candy bars in the city.
Missing Since: 11/21/11
Classification: Missing Endangered
Age at Disappearance: 20
Date of Birth: 02/26/91
Scars., Marks Tattoos: 3L’s Left hand,COE chest
Clothing: Black Leather coat over grey hoodie, Black and red Jordan sneakers.
Details of Disappearance:
Alonzo was last seen 0n 11/21/11. His family states that Alonzo has been feeling depressed for several months before his disappearance.and that they had seen a change in his behavior.It was also noticed that Alonzo had been giving away his personal belongings just days before his disappearance.
At the time of his disappearance Alonzo lived with his parents at the 400 block of Arnett in Rochester. Alonzo’s mother states that she woke up at 5:20 AM to check on him in his bedroom and he was gone and then went to the front door of the residence and it was left unlocked. Alonzo has not been seen or heard from since. His case remains unsolved
Rochester Police Dept ( New York)
(585) 428 6595
If you have any information on this case please contact CUE Center For Missing Persons using the contact form below or contact Cue Center at (910) 343-1131 24 hour tip line (910) 232-1687.