Families still looking for tips about missing daughters

Friday, August 29, 2008 | 2:47 p.m. CDT

HILLSBORO — Informational fliers and photos are being distributed outside the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department to renew attention on two separate missing persons cases that have confounded eastern Missouri.

Family members of Amanda Jones and Heather Kullorn attended an event Friday that asked the public for tips to help them learn what happened to their loved ones.

Jones disappeared in 2005 from the Jefferson County community of Hillsboro. She was 26 at the time and days away from giving birth to a son. Kullorn went missing in 1999 while she was baby-sitting a 2-month-old infant in the St. Louis suburb of Richmond Heights. She was 12 at the time.

Detectives in both cases say they are interested in tips and do follow up on them.


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