SPECIAL REPORT: THE HUNT CONTINUES FOR AMERICA’s MISSING KIDS

The Special ENQUIRER investigation continues! In collaboration with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children in hopes of reuniting kids with their families. If you have info about these kids, call 1-800-THE-LOST or visit missingkids.com.

Timmothy Pitzen

Current Age: 10 Missing Since: May 12, 2011 Missing From: Aurora, Ill. Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown Timmothy’s mom, Amy, picked him up early from school. Two days later, Amy, who was battling depression, was found dead in a hotel in Rockford, Ill. She left a note saying Timmothy, 6, was safe and would never be found. Police believe she placed him in someone else’s care and committed suicide.

“Whoever she left him with, she was confident no one would be able to locate him,” said Det. Lee Catavu of the Aurora Police Dept., which is actively seeking leads.

Jeannete and Dannette Millbrooks

Current Ages: 40 Missing Since: March 18, 1990 Missing From: Augusta, Ga. Hair: Black Eyes: Brown The twins were 16 when they were last seen at an Atlanta 
gas station. They stopped to 
buy snacks en route to a pal’s home, but never arrived.

Tragically, cops misplaced their case files and their names were mistakenly taken off the missing kids registry for 20 years. Family members are seeking tips that could lead to their return.

Andrew, Alexander and Tanner Skelton

Current Ages: 12, 10 and 9 Missing Since: Nov. 26, 2010 Missing From: Morenci, Mich. Hair: Tanner (Blond); Alexander and Andrew (Brown) Eyes: Tanner (Blue); Alexander and Andrew (Brown) Tanya and John Skelton were in the midst of a bitter divorce when the three boys went to spend Thanksgiving with their father.

A day later, John checked himself into a medical facility for self-inflicted injuries and told police he’d given his sons to a woman he met online. Since then, he’s refused to provide any info other than claiming the kids are “with an underground network of 
child-protection activists.” 
He’s serving 10 to 15 years for three counts of unlawful 
imprisonment. 

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