Bring them home: A Digital Dialogue about missing people in Central Virginia

Updated: Nov. 15, 2018 at 7:20 PM EST
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RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - From young children to teens to the elderly, there are hundreds of missing people in Virginia.

During a Digital Dialogue on Thursday evening, a panel of experts and the mother of a Richmond woman who has been missing for more than two years joined the discussion.


Digital Dialogue: Missing people in Central Virginia

BRING THEM HOME: Would you know the steps you need to take if a loved one goes missing? Join our Digital Dialogue to discuss missing people in Central Virginia. Please ask any questions you have for our panel in the comments.

Posted by NBC12 on Thursday, November 15, 2018

Among the topics were how to file a missing persons report and a look at the different laws in place to make sure the community knows when someone is missing.

Joining the panel were:

  • Toni Jacobs, mother of Keeshae Jacobs, who has been missing since 2016
  • D. McCoy Parker, founder of the Catena Parker Foundation, a group that assists families in searching for missing children  
  • Sgt. Adrienne Gardner, Major Crimes Division, Youth and Family Crimes, Richmond Police Department 

You can join in NBC12′s Digital Dialogues by asking questions during Facebook Lives, or observe the conversation on the NBC12 news app.

Community resources for those searching for missing loved ones:

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