A woman who disappeared as a teen from Wausau more than nine years ago has been found in Mexico and could return to Wisconsin with her three daughters as early as Christmas. Connie McCallister, now 26, was a 16-year-old Athens High School …
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel · 11/7/2013
Connie McCallister, now 26, was rescued after a church missionary told the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children that she had been spotted. The honor-roll student at Athens High School weighed just 98lb when she was found, and had been …
Daily Mail · 11/7/2013
McCallister was reported to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children by a church missionary who saw her in Mexico. This set the wheels in motion to find the teen missing for a decade. Connie McCallister is now a married woman with three …
Examiner · 11/7/2013
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Connie McCallister, a 16-year-old honour-roll student at Athens High School in Wisconsin, was thought to have vanished with her boyfriend on August 15, 2004. Her family have searched for ever since and America's National Center for Missing & Exploited ... · 11/7/2013 Like …
Latin Times · 11/8/2013
Connie McCallister vanished from Wausau, Wisconsin, on August 15, 2004. The 16-year-old girl was dating a 22-year-old man, and her family feared she was being manipulated. On the evening of her disappearance, McCallister and her boyfriend went to a …
The Inquisitr · 11/7/2013
The Wisconsin woman, Connie McCallister was just 16-years-old when she vanished from her new home in the town of Wausau, Wisconsin. Now she has been found living in Mexico where she is the mother to three children, reports ABC 9. Here’s what … · 11/6/2013
Connie Lynn McCallister was 16 when she disappeared from her Wisconsin home nine years ago, but she recently surfaced in Mexico - along with a husband and three children - and her thrilled family hopes to be reunited with her in time for Thanksgiving.
ABC News · 11/7/2013
In September, they learned that Connie McCallister, now 26, is alive and living in Mexico – and after speaking with a missionary who contacted the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, McCallister is seeking help to finally come home.
People · 11/9/2013
That's when a church missionary stumbled upon McCallister, safe in Mexico with a husband and three children, living under a new identity. "We have confirmed, through conversations on Skype, that this is really Connie, and she did ask for help in getting ...
Newser · 11/7/2013