Search for the missing: Searching for the man who vanished

Searching to find a missing man has been the focus of a nationwide search, but an unlikely victim has emerged as a new face on the case.

Miamidades missing man is a 27-year-old man who is believed to be a member of a gang called The Shreds.

Miguel Gonzalez, who is the son of an unnamed member of The Shrackers, was last seen on Saturday, July 11, 2018.

The search has been intensive and the local media is reporting that police are also searching for his mother.

Magueta police, in collaboration with the US Marshals Service and the New Jersey State Police, say that they have searched approximately 20 locations, including a house in Newark, a house at the edge of Middletown and a vacant lot on Route 28.MIGUEL GONZALEZ: I was there at the time, and I was in the garage when I saw the car come down.

There was a little boy in the car with a backpack on.

He was crying, I don’t know why he was crying.

I thought it was because he was going to school.

He wasn’t.MARK PAPPAS: The police are not releasing his name at this time.

They have not said anything about where he might be.

He’s not a suspect, and that’s why they’re not saying his name.

GONY MCDANIELS: That’s all they have said is that he is a member, but it’s hard to know because there’s no photograph of him, and he’s got no ID.

It’s just that there are so many other things that have been going on, that we’re just waiting to see what they will do.

MIGUELS family has been left in a state of shock, and a sense of hopelessness.

MEGUEL CORDERA: There’s not much to go on.

It just seems like everything has been swept under the rug.

That’s why I don.

I don, I just don’t have any hope.

MATT BRADY: That would be my biggest fear right now, that my son has not been found.

The other day I said to my son, “Why didn’t you come home?”

And he said, “Because he said I was dead.”

MEGHAN BERKELEY: It just doesn’t make sense, that somebody would just disappear without any sign of life.

The whole city is still a big mystery.

I mean, you’ve got nothing to go home for.

MARY ANN CARTER: We were just all over the news, and we were all just freaking out, you know?

It just just seems so surreal.

It doesn’t really make sense.

That would make me feel sad.

And it’s a little weird to think about what I would do.

But it just seems that it’s just like, what’s going to happen?

It doesn.

You know, it just feels like nothing has been done.

We just have to hope that they will come forward.

But I know that we need to go through the grieving process.

It was really hard for us to be in a position where we could see that somebody is going to come forward, and find out what happened.

But you know, I’ve been through a lot, and the people who I love are still in my life, so I feel like it’s important to be there.

I just want to do everything I can to help them.

MICHELLE BAY: My son is an amazing guy.

I never thought that he would be missing for so long.

We never really talked about it.

We had nothing.

We were not even close to him.

MELISSA BRADLEY: I think he has gone missing.

We’ve talked about the car, and just to think that he’s gone.

I think that I’ve done all that I can do, and you know he’s going back to school, and to live with us.

But to think he would go missing so soon.

And I think it’s sad that it happened to us, too.

MANDEL A. JOHNSON: It’s very difficult.

It takes a lot of people to keep an investigation going, because there are people who are just lost, and they’re just missing people, you just don.

You just don�t know who to talk to.

You don�’t know if you’re going to get help, or you don�ve been through enough.

So it just makes it very difficult, and it takes a long time.

MARTIN HENDERSON: I know it feels like you never got to know my son.

And the longer that you think about it, the more you want to know, you don’t want to talk about it anymore.

But the longer I think about