Friday, October 21, 2016

Parents of missing teen Autumn Sanville launch Gofundme to aid in search

The family of Autumn Sanville, the missing 17-year-old girl who disappeared from her home in Weathersfield, Vermont earlier this month, has launched a Gofundme to assist with the financial difficulties of locating her.

www.masslive.com     www.gofundme.com

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7 comments :

  1. Is that a tattoo on the back of her hand? If it is it should have been made known to help the public identify her. Or maybe it was....

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    1. Weird,....no comment on the tattoo, there or not?

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    2. It looks like the tattoo is on her mom's hand....

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  2. I am just wondering how is a go fund me going to help aid in the search? Are they going to use it as a reward?

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  3. Anon 1:15 ... The tattoo was previously mentioned.

    Anon 5:43 ... If you had bothered to read the linked gofundme page, you would have seen what the money may possibly be used for.

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    1. The gofundme has been updated because that info was not on there when it was first sent out to the public.

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  4. I just read she was found safe. Good news

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