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  1. #1
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    Aug 2003

    IN - Sylvia Dunk, 54, Rossville, Dec 2005

    Clinton County Woman Missing
    Clinton County authorities are searching for a missing Rossville woman.

    Sylvia Dunk has not been seen since Saturday at 11:41 a.m. at the Rossville CVS where she was picking up her diabetes medication though she is not insulin dependent.

    The 54-year-old woman is 180 pounds with short curly blonde hair and blue eyes. Dunk drives a red 1995 Chevy Geo Prism four door with Indiana license plate 12A4561.


  2. #2
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    Aug 2003
    Family: Missing Woman Is Diabetic, Takes Heart Drugs

    Relatives of a missing Rossville woman on Monday pleaded with the public to help them find her, saying she is diabetic and requires heart medication.
    Sylvia Dunk, 54, was last seen Saturday at about 11:40 a.m. in a CVS store in Rossville, where she picked up a prescription. CVS workers told the family that she was in good spirits and said she was heading home, RTV6's Linda Allen reported.

    Some of Dunk's relatives told RTV6 that she has never been missing like this before.

    "If there was any way possible, she would have called," said her husband, Wayne Dunk. "She would have contacted someone, I know. I know there is something definitely wrong."


  3. #3
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    Feb 2005
    Indiana State Police join the search for Sylvia Dunk, who has been missing since December 3rd.

    TheIndyChannel.com - News - State Police Join Search For Missing Woman

  4. #4
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    Jul 2004

    State police enter missing person probe

    Clinton County police have no new leads in their efforts to locate a rural Rossville woman who has been missing for 12 days.

    Sylvia I. Dunk, 54, was last seen picking up a prescription at the CVS Pharmacy in Rossville about 11:40 a.m. Dec. 3. She was supposed to meet her son at her home later that day, but never showed up.

    Mitchell said investigators still have not determined whether Dunk is a victim of foul play or an accident or if she has disappeared voluntarily.

    Police have found no sign of her red, four-door 1995 Geo Metro with Indiana license plate 12A4561, her purse or its contents.

    For 10 days now, police have used a standing subpoena to watch for activity on Dunk's credit card accounts and on a prepaid cell phone. Such activity could give police a place to look for a criminal suspect -- or for Dunk herself if she left voluntarily.

    "So far, nothing," Mitchell said.
    Just when I think that I have seen the most depraved things a human can do to another human, somebody posts a new story...........

    Why is it that when a custodial parent fails to provide for a child it is called neglect and is a criminal matter. But when a non custodial parent fails to provide it is called failure to support and is a civil matter?

    "Just when the caterpillar thought its world was over, it became a butterfly" ~ Michelle Knight

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    Sep 2005

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    Car found in missing woman case

    January 31, 2006

    ROSSVILLE, Ind. -- Boys hiking in a wooded area discovered a car partially submerged in a creek, and police divers were trying to determine whether the body inside was that of a woman missing since early December.

    The car was found upright Monday evening at the bottom of a steep embankment about 100 feet off U.S. 421 where the creek crosses a short distance south of the town, Clinton County Sheriff Mark Mitchell said.
    Relatives of Sylvia I. Dunk, 54, gathered near the site as divers checked the car, found along the main route which she would have taken to her nearby home Dec. 3 after she was last seen picking up her diabetes medication at a pharmacy in the town about 15 miles east of Lafayette, Mitchell said.

    The embankment's drop-off is about 40 feet with no guardrail protection.
    "It's almost like a two-story building," Mitchell said. "You couldn't climb down and be able to climb back up."

    Mitchell said he believed the area was checked for Dunk's car either Dec. 3 or Dec. 4, but that investigators planned to retrace the search patterns they followed after she was reported missing.

    Dunk's husband and other family members made public pleas for help in finding her as there had been no activity on her bank accounts or cell phone since she disappeared.


  7. #7
    Body Found in Clinton County

    Jan 31, 2006

    Police believe they've found the body of a Clinton County woman who's been missing for almost two months.

    Fifty-four-year-old Sylvia Dunk went missing December 3rd. Her family says she left the house to run errands and never returned.

    Monday, her car was discovered in a creek just south of Rossville. A body was also found.

    An autopsy is being performed to confirm the identity.

    Dunk's family says she was diabetic and had heart problems. There's no word on whether police suspect foul play.


  8. #8
    Coroner: Body Is That Of Woman Who Vanished In December
    No Foul Play Suspected

    POSTED: January 31, 2006

    A body found in a car that was in a creek near Rossville, Ind., has been identified as that of a woman who had been missing since early December, the Clinton County coroner said Tuesday.

    The coroner said there is no evidence to suggest foul play in the death of Sylvia I. Dunk, 54, of Rossville, who was reported missing Dec. 3.



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