Originally posted on CBS Boston:
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WOBURN (CBS) – When news of the three missing women found alive in Cleveland, Ohio broke, Alan Tate started thinking about the families he works with here in New England. “I knew as soon as those families heard the news that it would impact them and that they would be going through a whole range of emotions,” Tate said. He is a private investigator, who founded Mission for the Missing, a non-profit created to locate missing children and adults.
That range of emotions is exactly what hit the family of Melanie Melanson, a 14-year-old missing for more than 23 years from Woburn. “When I first saw that on the news when I first woke up, it devastated me,” said Melanie’s Aunt, Mary Ann Masciulli. We talked to Masciulli, along with two of Melanie’s other aunts, Karen Montgomery and Anne Cail not far from…
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