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Still no answers in Lauren Thompson case, a year after she went missing from Panola County
Lauren’s family, too, is hopeful that answers can be found.
“Obviously not knowing is difficult in this situation,” Lauren’s dad, G.W. Colvin, said. Colvin says it’s especially difficult for Lauren’s three children, ages 4, 6 and 10.
“It’s really difficult to try and explain to them exactly what is going on and what the situation is,” he said.
J. Ortega, a private investigator, is working with the Colvin family on the investigation and acting as their spokesperson. Ortega said a lot of the work he’s done has been to try to shift through the information that’s come in and develop new leads, as well as clarifying conflicting information or statements.
“It opened the door to realizing that some people that were initially glossed over might have merited further scrutiny and certain alibis reexamined,” he said, noting that the information he gets is passed on to the sheriff’s office.
Ortega is hopeful that Lauren can be found.
“I have no qualms in saying that there’s not anything to say that — I know statistically these things don’t always end with the way we would want them to, especially as parents — but setting aside all of the rumors and all the conjecture and innuendo and looking at some of the leads that they have gone through and some of the new leads that I had developed, not only am I hopeful personally that we can find resolution here, but that there’s nothing to say that finding her alive is an impossibility. I have not, by no means, given up on that.”
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