CLICK HERE to read more about Michelle McMullen's disappearance. If you have any information about Michelle McMullen, contact the Susquehanna Township Police Department at (717) 558-6900.
Moyer, a longtime financial analyst with the Washington state Department of Ecology, vanished March 6 from her Tenino, Wash., home, leaving two children and a family frantic with worry.
Moyer, 36, was reported missing by her husband, from whom she was separated, when he came to her home to drop off their children. The door to the house was left ajar, the television was still on and a half-finished glass of wine sat on the table.
Thurston County Sheriff's Lt. Chris Mealy said the evidence had him leaning toward the likelihood of foul play, though they were investigating all possibilities.
"I think something happened to her somewhere," he said Monday. "What we're basically doing is conducting a homicide investigation without the body."
Moyer's purse, driver's license, credit cards, clothing and toiletries were all found at the house, and her car was parked in the driveway.
"I think someone took her from her home," Moyer's sister, Sharon Wilbur, said Monday. "She would never leave her kids and run off on her own. That's not her."
CLICK HERE to read more about Nancy Moyer's disappearance. If you have any information about Nancy Moyer, contact the Thurston County Sheriff's Office at (360) 786-5279.
Kristi Cornwell was out for a routine evening walk when she disappeared Aug. 11 a short distance from her Blairsville, Ga. home.
The 28-year-old mother was on her cell phone with her boyfriend, Douglas Davis, when she went out around 9 p.m. Davis told the police that Cornwell said a car was approaching her. He then heard sounds of a struggle. Cornwell yelled, "Don't take me!" Then Davis lost reception.
Police say they believe a man who attempted to abduct another woman on Aug. 2 in Ranger, N.C. -- approximately 25 miles from where Cornwell was last seen – may be involved in Cornwell's disappeareance.
"The timing and the vehicle description involved in this incident indicates a possible connection to Kristi's disappearance," the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said in a statement.
But the man was apparently scared off when another car approached the area. The woman, who did not immediately report the incident, did so only after hearing about Cornwell's disappearance.
Based on the woman's description, the suspect is believed to be a white male in his mid-20s with dark hair. He may be driving a silver, late-model Nissan Xterra with tinted windows and a brush guard on the front.
Cornwell's family said they are still hopeful their daughter will be brought home safely.
"Her son needs his mother back, and I need my baby back," her mother, Jo Ann Cornwell, said tearfully. "And we believe we're going to get her back."
CLICK HERE to read more about Kristi Cornwell's disappearance. If you have any information about Kristi Cornwell, contact the Union County Sheriff's office at (706) 439-6038, or the Georgia Bureau of Investigation at (800) 597-8477.
Police have searched miles of beach and multiple counties looking for 17-year-old Brittanee Drexel, who disappeared April 25 while on a spring break trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C.