A Look at Unsolved Homicide and Missing Person Cases in NCWV
Written by Your 5News Team
Last updated on May 12, 2012 @ 8:46PM
Created on May 09, 2012 @ 6:41PM
"We're torn apart, we miss her, we love her," says Rose Munro.
"I went back in to wake her up and she was gone," says Lena Lunsford.
"It's been 2 1/2 years and that makes it difficult to try and recollect what you were doing that day," says Ashley Wyatt.
The day when their lives changed forever, now they're relying on you to bring answers to their family members deaths and disappearances.
"It doesn't hurt to say it and then be wrong. It could be like a key piece even though you think it's something that you're not even sure if it was right. It doesn't hurt even if you're not sure to put that information out there cause it could be what we're looking for," says Wyatt.
On the morning of November 12, 2009 Wyatt's mother Pamela Judy drove through Elkins. She stopped to pay bills and get her mail. "She had to be driving around town at least a couple of times. She had to pass people, sit at a red light. She was the type of person that she would wave at people, throw up her hand," says Wyatt.
But that day wasn't just another day. Around 1pm the 39 year-old was found dead inside her burning black 2007 Chevy Colorado. How she got there is still unclear.
If you have any information about the Pamela Judy case call the Elkins Detachment of WVSP at (304) 637-0200.
"We will not lose hope, we will not lose faith,"says Margie Blake. Faith in finding little Aliayah Lunsford who went missing from her Bendale home on September 24, 2011.
In an interview the day after her disappearance, Aliayah's mother Lena Lunsford said "I don't know where she's at. If somebody has her please bring her back." Countless searches have turned up nothing to bring her home.
If you have any information about the Aliayah Lunsford case call the WV Fusion Center at (304) 558-4831
"Somebody knows," said Rose Munro several weeks after her daughter Faith Ann Willis disappeared.
The Barrackville native was last seen at a Fairmont McDonalds on the night of August 6, 2005.
If you have any information about the Faith Ann Willis case call the Fairmont Police Department at (304) 366-4200.
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