Sunday, April 12, 2009

Branson Perry, Monday4 the Missing

So much has happened since Branson Perry vanished  on April 11, 2001.  His younger brother graduated and is now living on his own, his father passed away in 2004, and now his mother, Becky, has been diagnosed with cancer and yet still no word from Branson and no answers to where he might be.
Family Of Missing Man Looking For Answers
Branson Perry went missing on April 11, 2001, and his family has been looking for answers ever since. Branson's family says that day, he and a friend were cleaning the family's home in preparation for his father's return from the hospital.

In the middle of tidying up the house, Branson told his friend he was going to put a pair of jumper cables in the family's shed and that he'd be right back.

That was the last time anyone saw him.

Initially, in the days that followed Branson's disappearance, his family says the jumper cables were missing from the shed.
But according to family members, the cables mysteriously re-appeared several days             later.

In February 2009, police hoped to break the case using playing cards. Prison inmates were given decks of cards featuring the faces of fugitives, missing persons and unsolved homicides in hopes that it jogs the memory of an inmate that could lead to information to recover the missing person.

Branson's face is featured on the six of clubs. These decks of cards have been distributed to prisons throughout Missouri.

Police are actively looking for leads in the case.

Branson's family just wants answers and hopes that someone out there can give them the help they're looking for.

From recent press release from CUE Center for Missing Persons:
Now time is even more important for answers concerning Branson and his location;his mother recently visited a local emergency room after a minor fall at her residence;doctors located and successfully removed a tumor on her brain on March 25, 2009,with that came the diagnoses of cancer found in other areas of her body. “My wish is that Branson is located soon, I know in spirit he will take this journey with me”, said
Becky Klino, Branson’s mother. “I feel him close”, she added.

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

  • Missing Since: April 11, 2001 from Skidmore, Missouri

  • Classification: Endangered Missing

  • Date Of Birth: February 24, 1981

  • Age: 20

  • Height: 5'9"-5'10"

  • Weight: 140-155 lbs.

  • Hair Color: Blond

  • Eye Color: Blue

  • Race: White

  • Gender: Male

  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Small faint scar on upper
    right cheek. Small scar on left knee. Normal teeth; wisdom teeth
    have been pulled. Right handed. Black belt in Hopkido, lifted weights.

  • Medical Conditions: Racing heart condition. Allergic to Penicillin.

  • Clothing: Shorts (size 32) and a T-shirt (size medium to large).

  • Jewelry: Possibly wearing necklaces and leather trinkets
    or chains with arrowheads on them. 

  • NCIC Number: M-061492631 

  • Case Number: 010201

  • DNA: in CODIS

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