Lindsey Baum’s image will travel across the country

This afternoon, aged progressed posters of Lindsay Baum will be added to Gordon Trucking trailers as part of the Homeward Bound Program.

Lindsay was last seen on June 26 of 2009, in McCleary. Posters of Lindsay have been travelling around the country on 10 Gordon Trucking trailers since 2010.

July 8 of last year marked the 15th birthday of Lindsey, still missing after over 4 years.

In June, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, along with the Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office, released the age progression photo, created to show what she may look like today.

Melissa Baum, Lindsey’s mother, told KXRO that she hopes this image, along with the already active investigation, sheds some light to the location of the McCleary teen. She said, “I don’t need a volume of calls. I just need one call, I need the one call that’s going to help us find her. That’s all I want.”

A team of investigators continue to work on finding Lindsey. Grays Harbor Sheriff says that no suspects in the case have been ruled out, but no definitive evidence has been discovered yet. His hope in June is that this new photograph will bring new information forward from someone in McCleary at the time of her disappearance, or who has seen her since.

If you have any information that may help find Lindsey, please call the Grays Harbor County Information Tip line at (866) 915-8299, or email:




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