Whereabouts of 22 Other Missing Little Girls Next Up for Police

Police “fairly certain” that Riley Sawyers is Baby Grace

Grandmother’s Tip Led to Arrests 
The news conference announcing the details behind the arrests of Riley Sawyers’ mother, Kimberly Trenor, and her companion Royce Zeigler II revealed that the original tip that lead them to the pair came from Ohio.

Police also were “fairly confident” Riley Sawyers was Baby Grace, the name police gave the little girl whose body was washed ashore outside Galeveston TX last month in a cooler.

Police said tips came in from “around the world” concerning Baby Grace, including several concerning Madeline McCann, the English girl who disappeared from her parents’ resort room in Portugal earlier this year.

The McCann case has been getting major coverage in the U.K. and many people are following its twists and turns carefully.

The police spokesman, Maj. Ray Tuttoilmondo, also stated that investigators now would turn their attention to 22 other missing little girls.

“We still need the public’s help because we still have 22 little girls with question marks by their names,” Tuttoilmondo said.

The press would do well to start  checking into these 22 other little girls: Who are they? What is their story? Without the coverage the Baby Grace case received in the press, the Riley Sawyers’ arrests may never have come about.

No missing persons reports were filed in Riley Sawyers’ case.

When press accounts of the Baby Grace case reached Mentor, Ohio, they spurred the father’s family and Riley Sawyers’ grandmother to start asking some questions. It was this checking and these questions which led police to Saturday’s arrests.

DBKP is going to be examining these same questions: Who are these 22 little girls?

Read the rest of the story:

Baby Grace, Riley Sawyers: 22 Other Little Girls to be Investigated 


Baby Grace, Riley Sawyers: 22 Other Little Girls to be Investigated 

Mondoreb blogs at Death By 1000 Papercuts. Interested readers can e-mail him at

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