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A2 TIMES-ADVOCATE, Escondido, Thursday, Dec. 23, 1982 After 8 years, gifts still wait for missing daughter had run away. A few days later after they vanished, a note mailed to Tommy Trlica, Mary Rachels husband of six months, seemed to support that theory. I know Im going to catch it, but we just had to get away," the penciled note said. Were going to Houston.
See you in about a week. The car is in Sears upper lot." Mary Rachels name was misspelled, and FBI handwriting experts could not confirm if she had written the letter. But the car was where the note said it would be. The bill signed by Reagan in October permits parents to ask the FBI if the name of their missing child is in its computer files. If local police decline to enter the name, the act permits parents to do so on their own.
Oh, I dream about her quite often. I know that she hasnt changed, Mrs. Wilson said, gazing at the last school picture of her daughter. Shed be tall, and headstrong, spoiled, you know. Leslie Renee Wilson set out with two friends on an afternoon of Christmas shopping at Seminary South shopping mall Dec.
23, 1974. She instructed her mother "in no uncertain terms to pick her up at her great-grandmothers house at 4 p.m. We were going to a party, Mrs. Wilson said. "I know she intended to be there.
Police never had many clues to the disappearance of Leslie and her friends Mary Rachel Trlica, 17, and Julie Mosely, 9. Investigators first assumed the girls FORT WORTH, Texas AP) Leslie Wilsons presents are still In the attic of the small white frame house. The new clothes are out of style, and she Is too old for the toys. Everything was bought for a 14-year-old girl who disappeared eight years ago while Christmas shopping. If shes still alive, Leslie is now 22.
Her little brother has grown up, married, and become a father. Her great-grandmother, who took care of her while her mother worked, is dead. Her Pekingese grew old and sick and had to be destroyed four years ago. But the gifts are still in the attic, and her mother, Judy Wilson, now 40, still hopes. Would you please assist in our search for our children? Mrs.
Wilson recently wrote to The Associated Press. "When I read in this morning's paper about President Reagans Missing Childrens Act, it gave me a new hope. TIMES-ADVOCATE If you miss your paper, call 745-6611 Before 6:30 p.m. weekdays if you have not received the paper by 5:30. Before 10 a.m.
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