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Sarah Elizabeth Kinslow
Sarah Elizabeth Kinslow
Sarah Elizabeth Kinslow
Sarah Elizabeth Kinslow, age-progressed to 26 years
- Circa 2001 -
Age-progressed to 26 years

MISSING since May 1, 2001 from Greenville, Texas

Police Case #2001-9585
NCIC Case #M-571555982
NCMEC Case #NCMC938377

Endangered Runaway
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105 lbs.
Date of Birth:
June 14, 1986

Identifying Characteristics:
Sarah has several ear piercings, a tattoo of the letter "I" on the inside of her ankle, a chicken pox scar on her left temple, and two chicken pox scars on her left cheek. Her teeth are crooked. She has a mole on the right side of her neck near her collarbone. She wore a size 9 shoe when she disappeared.
A colored t-shirt which may have had a logo on it, a teal hooded zip-up jacket, baggy blue jeans, blue and gray sneakers, a watch with a black band and pink face with Minnie Mouse on it, and a silver necklace with a pendant that spells the word "rock".
Circumstances of Disappearance:
Sara was last seen in Greenville, Texas when she was dropped off at Greenville Middle School at 7:20 a.m. on May 1, 2001. She did not attend her classes that day; she and her friends had planned on meeting at a local cemetary and skipping school. Her friends say that she never showed up, and she has not been seen since. In a search of the area, police dogs tracked her scent to two blocks from the school, but the trail ended at that point. A witness claims he saw Kinslow inside an older light blue Ford truck at 3:30 p.m. on the afternoon she disappeared; the truck was near her school and was driven by a white male in his thirties with dark brown hair and a pencil moustache. Another witness says he saw her at a phone booth in Caddo Mills, Texas after she disappeared. She was possibly seen in the Tualatin, Beaverton, Tigard, and Portland areas of Oregon in early 2004 and may have been sighted in Surry, British Columbia in late 2004. She is reported to have cut her hair short and dyed it brown. Her case remains unsolved and is still classified as that of a runaway.
Investigating Agency/Contact:

Greenville Police Department: 1-903-457-2900
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children: 1-800-843-5678



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