Writing On Dollar Found In Wisconsin Casts New Light On 1999 Disappearance Of Girl

A handwritten observe discovered on a greenback invoice utilized in Wisconsin seemed to be written by a lacking lady. Mikelle Biggs, who went lacking from her residence in Mesa, Arizona in 1999, was talked about within the observe. The handwritten textual content on the greenback invoice learn “My identify is Mikel [sic] Biggs kidnapped from Mesa Az I’m alive.”

 

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Mikelle Biggs went lacking after she was taken proper from her entrance yard. She and her youthful sister, Kimber, have been ready outdoors for the ice cream truck when Kimber determined to go inside. When she got here out a minute and a half later to name Mikelle in for dinner, she was already gone. The case attracted nationwide consideration and have become the most important case ever for the Mesa Police Division. They collected 800 items of proof and obtained over 10,000 suggestions, however finally the case went chilly.

That was till the greenback invoice, which was collected throughout a sale of Woman Scout cookies, was delivered to a police station in Neenah, Wisconsin. The greenback invoice, dated 2009, was delivered to the eye of Neenah Police Chief Kevin Wilkinson, who discovered the scenario unusual. He advised ABC Information “The oddity within the observe is that her first identify is spelled mistaken. That actually appears odd and it will sway you to consider that it may not be official,” although he continued, “However why would you decide that one, a case that’s almost 20 years previous? It’s anyone who knew one thing about that case.”

Sadly, investigators haven’t any means of monitoring the invoice or understanding for certain who wrote the observe on it within the first place. The greenback invoice was minted ten years after Mikelle’s disappearance, which led one other Neenah Police investigator, Adam Streubel, to inform the Arizona Republic “There’s nothing you are able to do with it, which is relatively irritating.” Mikelle’s sister, Kimber, who noticed an image of the invoice on-line, additionally advised the Arizona Republic that she didn’t consider the observe was written by her sister. “After I checked out it at first, I used to be like, ‘Properly, perhaps it might be,’” she stated, “there’s that glimmer of hope the place you’re looking for a motive to make it make sense.”

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