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STATE POLICE JOIN COLLEEN NICK IN RENEWED EFFORT TO BRING MORGAN HOME

June 05, 2015

Arkansas State Troopers Kyle Bost (left) and Stephen Lee at news conference today with Colleen Nick, mother of Morgan Nick who disppeared 20 years ago.

 

  The Arkansas State Police joined Governor Asa Hutchinson along with federal and local law enforcement agencies today in a pledge to keep the search active and bring Morgan Nick home.

  Morgan was abducted from a baseball field in Alma, Arkansas on June 9, 1995.

     Colleen Nick, Morgan’s mother, says she has never lost hope and will continue to fight every day to keep the search active and share the story of Morgan’s disappearance wherever she can

     As the 20th anniversary of Morgan’s disappearance nears, a new statewide campaign is being launched in an effort to bring Morgan home.  The elements of the campaign include:

          • New billboards featuring an age progressed photo of Morgan asking the public to call National Center for Missing
            and Exploited Children at (800) THE LOST (800-843-5678) to report any information about the abduction.

         • Secretary of State Mark Martin has agreed to light the top of the Capitol dome in pink, Morgan’s favorite color, during
           the month of June in an effort to remind Arkansans about the 20 year search for Morgan.