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Cleveland Anchor Helps Locate Missing People

Topic: Investigative Reporting
Posted on 2/23/2017

Tribune’s Fox affiliate WJW Cleveland anchor Amanda Berry hosts a daily segment to help locate missing people and support their families. The issue is personal for Berry, as she had escaped a home where she and two others were held captive for a decade. On the segment, Berry discusses details of a different northeastern Ohio missing-person case each day and talks about how viewers can help the families and investigators. "When I was missing, the people who were looking for me never gave up," Berry said. "My wish is that this segment will not only help find those who are missing but offer hope for the loved ones who are looking for them."

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