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Keke
07-17-2005, 05:31 PM
You know, police don't usually search for missing black teens. They always assume the teen ranaway. Kimberly Arrington seems to be the only black teen who the police searched for. Now they did say it's "a possible runaway". But she was featured on the FBI site (which I'm grateful for).

http://www.fbi.gov/mostwant/kidnap/arrington1.jpg

Date of Birth:May 23, 1982Place of Birth:AlabamaSex:FemaleHair:BlackHeight:5'2"Eyes:BrownWeight:110 poundsRace:Black



THE DETAILS

Kimberly Arrington was last seen on October 30, 1998 in the parking lot of a pharmacy in Montgomery, Alabama. She reportedly went to the pharmacy to purchase a food item and never returned home.



REMARKS

Kimberly Arrington has a surgical scar on her abdomen. Her nicknames are Kim and Kiwi. She also wore an emerald ring with two diamonds on each side and a double heart ring with a diamond.

Keke
07-17-2005, 05:32 PM
Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: October 30, 1998 from Montgomery, Alabama
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: May 23, 1982
Age: 16 years old
Height and Weight: 5'2-5'4, 110 pounds
<LI>Distinguishing Characteristics: Black hair, brown eyes. Arrington has a small surgical scar on the left side of her her abdomen. Her ears are pierced. Arrington's nicknames are Kim and Kiwi.

Details of Disappearance
Arrington was last seen in the parking lot of the CVS Pharmacy on the corner of Third Street and Forest Avenue in Montgomery, Alabama on October 30, 1998. She was wearing a gray Bugle Boy shirt with a collar, light blue Levi's jeans, white Reebok tennis shoes with gray trim, an emerald ring with two diamonds on each side, and a double heart ring set with a diamond. Arrington had gone to the pharmacy at 4:00 p.m. to purchase candy and a soft drink. She never returned to her family's residence and has not been seen again.
Arrington is described as a friendly, likeable person who loves children. She was planning her Christmas shopping on the day of her disappearance and spoke to her father about it. Her case was originally investigated as a possible runaway due to her age. Investigators believe she may have been abducted, but the circumstances surrounding her disappearance are unclear and her case remains unsolved.

keac
07-17-2005, 06:37 PM
You are so right! They should look for everyone no matter what color! if they did run away then they get found, But if they didn't then they have no hope! It just makes me mad!

Karen

Keke
07-17-2005, 06:40 PM
:clap: Thanks for your feedback. I love to read positive replies, rather then the negative drama:woohoo:

WhyaDuck?
02-19-2010, 01:10 AM
Waiting for a 'good girl' to come home

By Philip Rosenbaum, Nancy Grace producer
January 11, 2010 7:38 a.m. EST

New York (CNN) -- Kimberly Arrington was 16 when she disappeared more than a decade ago, and her father still waits for her to come home. So does a little girl she never met who carries her name.

Walter Arrington remembers "a good girl" who enjoyed listening to music, dancing and learning computers at school, where she was well-behaved.

"I've been going through this for the last 12 years, and I feel like this might be my last chance of ever seeing my daughter or somebody recovering her," he said, hoping a story would compel someone to come forward.

Someone may have asked his daughter for directions, Walter Arrington believes, and forced her into a car as she walked to a CVS pharmacy near her home Montgomery, Alabama, on the day before Halloween, October 30, 1998.

"Most people liked her, and she was very friendly towards everybody,'' he said. "I felt like maybe that's part of the reason why they got her.''

Much more at:
http://www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/01/11/grace.coldcase.arrington/index.html

WhyaDuck?
02-19-2010, 01:11 AM
http://www.missingkids.com/photographs/NCMC859404c1.jpg

http://www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/PubCaseSearchServlet?act=viewChildDetail&caseNum=859404&orgPrefix=NCMC&seqNum=1&caseLang=en_US&searchLang=en_US

http://www.find-missing-children.org/Posters/poster20.htm

WhyaDuck?
02-19-2010, 01:18 AM
Some details from above article:

- Last seen Oct 30, 1998, ca 5pm
- No witnesses
- "Her disappearance remains a mystery with few clues and no strong leads, according to investigators in Montgomery."
- "Known sex offenders in the area were questioned, and police looked into rumors and speculation. Still, a suspect was never found."
- Originally considered a runaway, though this is not the final word in this case, and there is no proof that she did indeed run away. "But it didn't take long for us to realize that probably was not the case.''
- She would now be 27 years old.
- Her mother died in 2005, never knowing the fate of her daughter.

Anyone with more information about Arrington's disappearance is asked to call the Montgomery Police Department at 1-334-241-2790 or the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST.

http://www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/01/11/grace.coldcase.arrington/index.html

KaylynnCouture
03-15-2011, 04:07 PM
HLN is covering Kimberly's case right now. :)

SheWhoMustNotBeNamed
03-15-2011, 05:09 PM
Kimberly Arrington: Nancy Grace America's Missing

http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2011/images/03/15/arrington-post.jpg

The mother of Kimberly Arrington died before solving the mystery of her daughter’s disappearance. But, the 16 year old girl’s father promised his wife he would never give up looking for their daughter.

Kimberly, as her father describes as “a good girl”, was last seen leaving her family’s home around 5pm on October 30, 1998. It was just a few blocks to the CVS pharmacy from home, but police say they don’t even know if Kimberly made it there on day of her disappearance. There was no surveillance video from the store and a credible witness has yet to come forward despite dozens of interviews.

http://nancygrace.blogs.cnn.com/

iconoclast
03-15-2011, 11:36 PM
Pretty girl. Nice smile. It's a shame that in the richest country on Earth, if one goes missing, social class often determines whether or not they will be found.

Kat
03-10-2012, 08:18 PM
Kimberly's NamUs profile:

https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/3958/86/