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"Night Out For Missing Persons" on Cleveland's east and west sides

National Night Out for Missing Person at  Seymour Avenue at Scranton Road National Night Out for Missing Person at Seymour Avenue at Scranton Road

The City of Cleveland, Division of Police, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority Police Department hosted a "Night Out For Missing Persons" on Thursday, May 23.

Officers and agents from the Cleveland Division of Police, Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority Police Department staffed two mobile command vehicles.

Authorities setup two locations on the opposite sides of town, one on E. 93rd St. and another on Seymour Ave., to use as a meeting points for citizens to come and provide any and all information they feel may be pertinent to missing persons investigations. 

Albert Kleckner, the father of a missing woman by the name of Christina Kleckner, attended the event and shared his thoughts about what went through his mind when he heard that three missing women were found alive.

"I tough it would be mine.  I didn't know who it was and I was hoping it would be Christina.  Somebody's got her.  Somebody knows where she's at.  She's in that house and they just don't care."

Christina Kleckner has been missing since October of 2011.

Citizens are encouraged to attend these events in order to strengthen the partnership between law enforcement and the community.

The event ran from 4:00pm-8:00pm on Thursday, May 23.

 

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