The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) Website list 6 children as endangered runaway, missing, or nonfamily abduction. There are 2 females, and 4 males, including two brothers. Do you have any information about these cases?
Deborah Rae Meyer disappeared on August 4, 1974. The circumstances surrounding her case included on her National Center from Missing and Exploited Children poster state, “Deborah left a relative's home in Rawlins, Wyoming on August 4, 1974 to see a movie and never returned. Deborah had a full set of false teeth and a small round growth on her left ear.”
When she disappeared in 1974 she was 16 years old. Today Deborah Meyer would be 53. Her disappearance is listed as a nonfamily abduction. She has not contacted her family since her disappearance.
The information provided by the NCMEC website on Patrick Lee Ghering include that “he was last seen in Gillette, Wyoming, on October 13, 1997. Patrick may be in the company of an adult female. He has a one inch scar on his right temple. Patrick's right ear is not fully developed.” The NCMEC has age-progressed his photograph to show what he would look like at the age 32, although now he would be 35 years of age.
Richard Loren Uden and Reagan Cordell Uden are brothers who disappeared September 12, 1980 along with their mother. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children website lists their disappearance as nonfamily abduction. According to the information provided, “The children were last seen in the company of their mother, going to meet their adoptive father. The vehicle they were driving was later found abandoned and vandalized.”
The Wyoming missing children are listed below:
Amanda Dawn Gallion NCMC840281
Deborah Rae Meyer NCMC603810
Patrick Lee Ghering NCMA1143733
Justin Phillip Harris NCMC982182
Reagan Cordell Uden NCMC601928
Richard Loren Uden NCMC601928
Next to each name is the case number on that child’s National Center for Missing and Exploited Children poster located at missing kids dot com. If you have any information that can help solve the mystery surrounding these six children Please call the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-843-5678 or 1-800-THE-LOST. As always you may remain anonymous when you call.