Cold Case Crime Stoppers Video- Rose Marie Gayhart

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The Roth Show: Monica Caison Returns to Update Missing Persons

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It’s been more than 25 years since the disappearance of Rose Marie Gayhart, but her sister, Laurie Travis , haven’t given up hope.

Founder of CUE Center for Missing Persons, Monica Caison, returns to the show to update listeners on missing persons cases. Many missing persons cases are the result of intimate partner violence, many we never hear about, but Monica Caison and her organization put importance on all missing persons, not just those in the headlines.
Rose Marie Gayhart around 1985.
CUE Center For Missing Persons has just launched a new website for missing Rose Marie Gayhart missing out of Cape Coral, Florida and originally from New York City.
Details of Disappearance:
Gayhart lived in the 50 block of northeast Barron Way in Fort Myers, FL in 1985. Gayhart has never been heard from since March of that year. Her family believes foul play might have been involved in her disappearance.
Investigative Agency
:
New York Sheriff’s Department
Livingston County
Tel.: 585-243-7120
Gayhart was last seen in Cape Coral, Fla., on March 14, 1985. Her belongings were found behind the Cape Coral Police Department, and according to a news report at the time, was last seen getting into a pickup truck with an unidentified man after finishing her shift at a local restaurant.
According to the news report, she was not getting along with her boyfriend at the time.
Although she went missing in Florida, the investigation has been headed by Livingston County Sheriff’s Office.
Ten years after her disappearance, Travis and Avery visited the sheriff’s office to check up on the case. To their disappointment, no progress had been made.
Travis then decided she should involve herself in the search.
“I’ve been fighting since, big time fighting. And I am not giving up until I find some kind of closure,” she said.
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