Wednesday Marks One Year Anniversary Of Joanna Rogers Disappearance - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

5/4/05

Wednesday Marks One Year Anniversary Of Joanna Rogers Disappearance

It was one year ago that Lubbock teen, Joanna Rogers disappeared.

As NewsChannel 11 first told you Tuesday night, investigators are now contacting every person on Joanna's internet buddy list. They believe one of these people may have information about Joanna's whereabouts.

Her mother Kathy Rogers says every option should be explored but adds there is no evidence linking the disappearance to the internet. "She didn't spend that much time online, she was not online the day she disappeared, so we know that someone didn't pop and say meet me out in 15 minutes. We know that didn't happen."

5/3/05
New Information in the Search for Joanna Rogers
The Lubbock Sheriff's Department has new information about missing teen Joanna Rogers. They have reason to believe Joanna's computer may have the answer to her whereabouts.

In the meantime, a mailing campaign has been started to find Joanna. Letters carriers delivered more than 52,000 flyers to homes and businesses across the South Plains. If you have any information that can help, call the Center for Missing and exploited children. That number is 1-800-THE-LOST or call the Lubbock County Sheriff's Department at (806) 775-1601.

Links to Joanna Rogers/Jennifer Lynn Wilkerson Websites
Get the latest news and information on the search for both Joanna Kathryn Rogers and Jennifer Lynn Wilkerson.

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