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ID ID - Fred Miller, 66, Hagerman, 17 Aug 1968

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  1. Kat

    Kat Kind words do not cost much

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    The Doe Network:
    Case File 845DMID

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/845dmid.html

    Fred Donald Miller
    Missing since August 17, 1968 from Hagerman, Gooding County, Idaho.
    Classification: Missing



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    Vital Statistics
    •Date Of Birth: July 14, 1902
    •Age at Time of Disappearance: 66 years old
    •Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'10"; 175 lbs.
    •Distinguishing Characteristics: White male. Grey hair; blue eyes.
    •Dentals: Partial dentures.
    •Other: DNA available.



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    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Miller was last seen in the company of 2 hitchhikers in a 1960 White, 4-door Rambler.
    The Wendell farmer walked out of Hagerman and was never seen again.



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    Investigators
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

    Gooding County Sheriff's Office
    Sheriff Shaun Gough
    208-934-4421


    NCIC Number: M-004536392
    Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

    Source Information:
    Idaho Missing Persons Clearinghouse

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/m/miller_fred.html

    https://www.findthemissing.org/cases/2063/0/
    NamUs Profile:
    Dental: NA
    DNA: NA
    Fingerprints: NA

    Although Fred would have been 108 this year. His children still seek answers. Fred has been missing 42 years today. Come home soon.
     

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  3. Kat

    Kat Kind words do not cost much

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    Thank you PFF I alerted on my thread to have a mod look at it. :)
     
  4. Cubby

    Cubby fly the W!

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    This is ok here Kat. This thread is for missing persons, the other is for the unidentified. In some cases such as this info may be duplicated because some info may belong in both forums.

    hth
     
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  7. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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    More people than you may think vanish every year in and around Idaho

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    The oldest case in the Idaho clearinghouse is from 1968. Fred Miller, a 66-year-old Wendell farmer, went missing after patronizing a bar near Bliss in Gooding County.

    “Subject was last seen in the company of two hitchhikers,” his listing says. He was driving a white 1960 4-door Rambler with Idaho license plate 2G 1488.

    A few years ago, human remains found near Bandon, Ore., at first were believed to be Miller, but DNA comparisons with a relative didn’t show a match, Gooding County Sheriff Shaun Gough said.

    “It’s a cold case that has no leads,” said Gough, who was a year old when Miller disappeared. “But we haven’t forgotten about him.”

    He said previous sheriffs had dredged the Snake River looking for Miller’s Rambler and dug up yards looking for evidence.

    Miller is one of 21 people listed under in the “involuntary” category of the missing person clearinghouse. Involuntary means abducted or kidnapped.
     
  8. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Former Member

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    Dozens added to Idaho's missing person database

    More than five dozen people have been entered into Idaho's missing person database since January.

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    The oldest case in the database is from 1968, when Wendell farmer Fred Miller disappeared after leaving a bar in Gooding County. Miller, 66, was last seen in the company of 2 hitchhikers and was driving a white four-door Rambler, according to the Missing Person Clearinghouse, which lists Miller among people believed to have been abducted or kidnapped.

    "It's a cold case that has no leads," said Gooding County Sheriff Shaun Gough. "But we haven't forgotten about him."

    More: http://www.khq.com/Global/story.asp?S=14476036
     
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  10. Kimster

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    I'd sure like to know if they have ruled out the possible match in Bandon Oregon? :waitasec:
     
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  12. JusticeWillBeServed

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    Fred Miller’s file on Idaho's Cold Case site:

    http://eastidahocoldcasesinc.com/eastcentral-idaho-missing-persons/miller-fred-d-hagerman-idaho-1968/

     
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  14. STANDREID

    STANDREID A slacker when slacker wasn't cool

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    Was more than one family member compared? Sometimes people are adopted and don't know it or for several other reasons the man they think is their father is not their biological father.
     

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