02/15/12 — It is with a heavy heart that we have to report the vehicle Lillian High was driving was discovered today in a retention pond. There was a body inside that the police presume is Lillian, but we are waiting on a confirmation from the Medical Examiner’s Office. Please keep Lillian’s family and her many friends in your prayers during their time of grief. We want to thank all of our searchers who worked so hard on Lillian’s case.
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10/08/11 — The search for 83 year-old Lillian High is being re-activated on Sunday – October 9th 2011 @ 8:30 a.m. Our Command Post will be located in the parking lot of Almeda Mall, located on the 12000 Gulf Freeway @ Almeda-Genoa in Houston,Texas 77075. We will be in need of many volunteers to conduct a successful wide-area, windshield search and locate Lillian’s vehicle. However, you should dress in long pants, and other appropriate clothing & footwear in case we need to start an immediate physical search. Your Search Coordinator is Frank Black, and his number is (713) 301-6813. Ladies & gentlemen … we need your help so we can return Lillian to her family. Thank you all.
Below is an example of the vehicle Lillian was driving.
10/04/11 — We have an immediate need for searchers to conduct a windshield search for Lillian High. The Command Center will be located at Sagemont Church, 11323 Hughes Road, Houston, TX 77089. We only need searchers in cars at this time to conduct a windshield search for Lillian’s rental car, a 2011 Black 4-Door Dodge Avenger, Plate No. CD6 J492. Your Search Coordinator is Frank Black, and he can be reached at (713) 301-6813.
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10/04/11 — Lillian High, age 83, was last seen on October 2, 2011 at around 7:00 p.m. near her home located in the South Houston area near Edgebrook and I-45 South. She was driving a 2011 Black 4-Door Dodge Avenger, Plate No. CD6 J492. Lillian was last seen wearing black shorts with a blue collared shirt with a Chase Bank logo. Lillian does wear glasses. If you have any information, please call the Houston Police Department at (713) 731-5223 or Texas EquuSearch at (281) 309-9500.
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