Molly Dattilo of Indianapolis, who has been missing since 2004, was honored by friends and family yesterday. The Indianapolis Star reportss that she has been made the face of this year’s “On the Road to Remember” tour, sponsored by the North Carolina-based Community United Effort Center for Missing Persons (CUE). CUE founder Monica Caison says the tour aims at renewing interest in missing-persons “cold cases, ones that have fallen out of the media.”
The tour started June 9 in Wilmington, N.C., and will make stops to highlight cases in 16 states. Kendra Skidmore, one of Dattilo’s sisters, said, “There’s not a greater hurt than having a missing person. The pain goes on.” Dattilo, a music student, was last seen at a restaurant, submitting a job application. Police believe she returned to her apartment before vanishing, leaving behind her driver’s license, cell phone, bank card, clothing, and car.