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'Cold Cases' gaining momentum in Siskiyou County

Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office

Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office is asking for public assistance with the missing person 'cold case' of Angela "Angie" Fullmer dating back to December 15, 2002.

Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey says that 'Secret Witness' has authorized a reward of up to $2500.00 for information leading to the recovery of Angie’s whereabouts or information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for her disappearance.

“We would like to award up to $2,500.00 to a citizen who can help us crack the Angela Fullmer case," Sheriff Jon Lopey said. "It is possible that up to $5,000.00 may be allocated for information leading to the arrest and conviction of involved parties involved in her disappearance, or, information leading to her current location."

"We know there are people residing in our county who have information about this case," Lopey said.

Fullmer was reportedly last seen in a rural area near Siskiyou Lake on December 15, 2002 in the early afternoon. She was allegedly with a former boyfriend when she was last seen. Angie was reported missing about 12-hours after she was last seen.

Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office is also investigating at least three other cold cases (pictured below).

If you have any information, please contact Detective Sergeant Jim Randall or Detective Mark Gillman of the Major Crimes Unit through the 24-hour SCSO Dispatch Center at (530) 841-2900.

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