Parents of Missing Petite Blonde IU Student Lauren Spierer Mark Daughter’s Birthday With Open Letter, Who kidnapped Lauren Spierer

Sunday, January 20, 2013

 INDIANAPOLIS 1/20/2013- The parents of missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer are marking their daughter’s 22nd birthday with a plea for information about her disappearance. In a letter posted on the family’s website Thursday, Robert and Charlene Spierer said they are celebrating the day but mourning what might have been. 22 years ago today, we were given the gift of another precious daughter. Lauren completed our family. Anyone who knows Lauren knows that she could light up a room without trying. Her love for life was infectious. Her ease with people and dedication to her friends was always apparent. Lauren’s quick wit, intelligence and true caring made her someone people gravitated towards. Today we celebrate the joy we share and mourn what might have been. There will never be another Lauren.

Today is Lauren’s birthday. There will be no gifts mailed to Bloomington, no cake, no candles, no excited anticipation as the celebration of one so loved approaches. We are left only with the gifts the person responsible for Lauren’s disappearance has given our family, despair, heartache and loss.

We have no doubt that when Lauren is found, the next chapter of this horrible nightmare will begin anew. On June 3, 2011, a set of parents was born; unwavering in our desire to find our daughter and see that justice is served for a life ended too early. We remain… just as determined as day one.

Thankful for the time we had, proud of the person you became, forever in our hearts, we love you, Lauren.

Mom and Dad
January 17, 2013
Bloomington Police Department Tipline – 812.339.4477

Find Lauren
PO Box 1226
Bloomington, IN 47402

Contact Private investigator Beau Dietl & Associates – 800.777.9366

FOX NEWS…1/10/2013 The search for Indiana University student Lauren Spierer continues as her parents open up to a national magazine about what life without her is like. Rob and Charlene Spierer are hoping the article will re-energize the search to find Lauren. The article in People magazine features a large photo of Charlene Spierer looking at the boxes and boxes of Lauren’s belongings. She said they haven’t been able to unpack the boxes or to find closure. Lauren’s parents said they don’t believe their daughter is alive but they still want to be able to bring her home, and give her a proper burial.  Rob Spierer said it’s still an open and active investigation, but the leads have slowed down.

Who kidnapped Lauren Spierer, does her disappearance link to other petite blonde females who are all look-a-likes?

AMW 1/20/2013….Family Not Giving Up In Search For Lauren. Over a year and 1/2 has passed since Indiana University sophomore Lauren Spierer vanished on June 3, 2011. Police believe she may have been abducted during her walk home around 3:40 a.m. Search teams have scoured the area, but have been unsuccessful in generating any new leads. Authorities still need your help in figuring out where Lauren is, and what happened to her.

Five young and very pretty petite blonde females appear to have vanished off the face of the earth, local cops and the FBI have no clues, no leads, no person of interest, no suspects and no idea what happened to Heather Hodges, Kelli Bordeaux, Paige Johnson, Holly Bobo and Lauren Spierer, read more click here.


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