Texas Department of Public Safety Launches Project Find Me - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

2/9/05

Texas Department of Public Safety Launches Project Find Me

The Texas Department of Public Safety is launching a new effort to solve missing person cases.

Project 'Find-Me' will highlight one case a month on the DPS website. The possibility of foul play is a common thread for all ten cases on the site. "In different cases, they have some information that they've put together, but there's just that little bit that they don't have. And that they're hoping that they can come across to solve these cases," says Lisa Block, DPS Spokesperson.

DPS will pay a $1,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest and indictment in these cases. You can link to the website by (clicking here).

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