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Fond du Lac law enforcement: Officials need eyes, ears of community to solve crimes

Local police offer tips for preventing child abductions

12:29 PM, May 8, 2013
Fond du Lac Police Chief Bill Lamb speaks at a community meeting. Fond du Lac law enforcement departments make an effort to collaborate with the public on identifying and solving crimes.
Fond du Lac Police Chief Bill Lamb speaks at a community meeting. Fond du Lac law enforcement departments make an effort to collaborate with the public on identifying and solving crimes.
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The case of the three Ohio women found up to nearly a decade after being abducted is another example of how important it is to be aware of your surroundings, Fond du Lac Police Department and the Fond du Lac County Sheriff's Office personnel say.

The story of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight is unique from many abductions in that they were rescued alive.

"All too often we hear about tragedies throughout the country in which missing children are never found," Fond du Lac Police Department Assistant Chief Steve Klein said. "From my perspective, there's always that glimmer of hope in ...

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