During a press conference this morning in recognition of National Missing Children's Day, a billboard was unveiled along the Airport Freeway in North Richland Hills to publicize the 2001 disappearance of Sarah Kinslow from Greenville, Texas.The Greenville Police Department released the following statement during the event
On May 1, 2001 the Greenville Police Department responded to a call of a missing person. It was reported on that day that Sarah Kinslow was last seen at the Greenville Middle School.
Since that day, the Greenville Police Department has been investigating Sarah’s whereabouts and the investigation still continues today. Over the years we’ve worked with various groups to find Sarah, including the Texas Rangers, the FBI, and the National Center of Missing and Exploited Children among others.
Various investigators have worked countless hours, days, weeks, and years on this case, including following up on hundreds of random tips. Unfortunately, these investigations have not led us to discovering the mystery of Sarah’s disappearance.
We want to thank all of the agencies that have assisted us with this investigation over the years but the fact remains that this case is still unsolved.
The Greenville Police Department is committed to the relentless pursuit of discovering the cause of Sarah’s disappearance.
Therefore, we are again turning to the public for assistance. Any information that you may have could be the link that helps bring Sarah home.
We encourage anyone with information about Sarah’s case to contact the Greenville Police Department at 903-457-2900.
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children conducted today's press conference.
The agency is partnering with Clear Channel Outdoor Americas, which will also display images of missing children from Austin, El Paso, and Spring on the company’s digital billboards across the state.