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NY SANDY NURSE: Missing from Central Nyack, NY - 23 April 2010 - Age 30 *Resolved*

Discussion in 'Located/Resolved' started by Scorpio, Oct 13, 2018.

  1. Scorpio

    Scorpio Bronze Member

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    Scorpio Bronze Member


    New York woman, who vanished on bus trip to find twin sister, still being sought 8 years later

    Sandy Nurse told her family she was boarding a bus to New York City to find her twin sister, embarking on a trip that would involve traveling 30 miles south from her Central Nyack, New York home.

    That was eight years ago. Sandy hasn't been heard from since. It's unknown if Nurse took the trip, made it to New York City or found her sister, Candy Nurse. Sandy simply appeared to vanish, leaving her family and, now, the Clarkstown Detective Bureau's Cold Case Unit desperately searching for answers.

    Nurse’s family reported her missing to the Clarkstown Police Department eight years ago, and the department is still looking for her, on Thursday posting a picture and press release about the case on Facebook.
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  3. Scorpio

    Scorpio Bronze Member


    Case of woman missing for eight years remains unsolved


    NEW CITY – It has been eight years since Sandy Nurse of Central Nyack was last seen and the Clarkstown Police Department Detective Bureau’s Cold Case Unit is looking for any information concerning her whereabouts.

    The woman’s family came to police eight years ago to report her missing. The last contact she had with her family was when she was getting on a bus to New York City to locate her twin sister, Candy Nurse.

    Police said Nurse would be 38 years old now. She was African-American, five-foot, three-inch tall weighing about 120 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

    Her family said she had been diagnosed as bi-polar schizophrenic and would have been in need of medication.

    Anyone with information about her is asked to call the detective bureau at 845-639-5845 or send an anonymous text message to 847411 (tip411), then type the keyword ROCKLANDCODA, add a space, type your tip and hit ‘send.’
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  4. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    It is unknown if she found her sister? Does that mean her sister couldn't be found either? I guess it just means that whoever wrote the story doesn't know. When these cases are so cold, I really wish they'd give us more information.
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  5. Scorpio

    Scorpio Bronze Member

    I wish they had been a bit more descriptive in the article. I assume the other sister is okay.
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  6. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    In a lot of these cases if there's somebody who wants to put up some new posters about a case, you can't even tell what area would be most effective. If we had more information, people might be more apt to help, knowing that the time they spend is being used wisely.
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