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By REENA NINAN
Timothy Medsker, 33, and Sabrina Medsker, 34, vanished with their 4-month-old son Joshua without any warning. They were last seen at a birthday party for their niece and their last phone call was placed on Feb. 16.
The young couple has a successful cleaning business with strong ties to the small Michigan town of Petoskey.
Despite attempts to track them down the family and police haven't heard from them at all. "This is 100 percent out of character and very concerning," said Kelly Manthei, Timothy Medsker's sister.
Do you have any info on the case of the missing baby(not Lisa)I believe it was in Michigan back in the fall?The estranged husband took her when he was picking them up to go to court when the mother went back into the house to get something,does it ring a bell?
Originally posted by silo13
Witness protection was my first though (as I see was someone else's too)...
This is a very interesting case I must say. I hope it isn't one that will horrify us with the ending.
peace - and prayers for them!
Originally posted by MissPoovey
This is so sad.
I know the conspiracy theories are WP but what if they just ran off the road into a steep ditch?
Remember the guy that survived a month in his car under the snow?
Has anyone tracked the route they took and looked into the ravines and ditches?
On November 14, Fernando Pomar, his wife Gabriela Viagrán, and their two children Candelaria and Pilar were travelling by car to the city of Pergamino, located 220 Km. away from Buenos Aires, and went missing after passing a toll.
Both police and media made various hypothesis about the missing family, many of which accused the father, Fernando Pomar, as the responsible and possible murder.
On December 8 the car was found near Pergamino city, flipped over at the side of a road. All family members were found dead, reported newspaper El Clarín [es].
Police stated the cause was a car accident: the car flipped when it could not make a curve. The high pastures alongside the road might have avoided finding it sooner.