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Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Deborah Kalai Fourzan,Endangered Missing, with Sex Offender James Joseph Reimer, Feb. 2, 2009 OK-CA

Police Search For Missing Tecumseh Girl
Deborah Kalai Fourzan, 14, Last Seen At 8 A.M. At Tecumseh High School
POSTED: 5:08 pm CST February 3, 2009
UPDATED: 10:57 am CST February 4, 2009

TECUMSEH, Okla. -- Police are looking for a 14-year-old girl believed to be with a 40-year-old man, possibly in danger.

Deborah Kalai Fourzan, 14, was last seen at 8 a.m. at Tecumseh High School. The girl's parents told police they took her to school on Tuesday but that she never attended any classes.

Police Detective J.R. Kidney said officers have been told she is with James Joseph Reimer, 40, but that there is no definitive proof of it.

"He's 40-years-old, she's 14. We just don't believe that is a good combination and can have a good result," Kidney said.

An arrest warrant has been issued for Reimer, who is accused of texting sexual content to Fourzan.

The convenience store where Reimer worked -- Spring Hill Grocery, near the intersection of highways 9 and 102 -- reported a cash theft on Monday afternoon. Officers said that several thousand dollars were taken from the store.

"Just bring her home, just let her come home," Deborah's mother Crystal Vanbuskirk said.

Vanbuskirk said she found several text messages from Reimer on her daughter’s cell phone.

The family said they used to consider Reimer a close family friend.

"The messages just kept coming in and coming in and coming in. There were thirty-plus messages of him calling her his lover. ‘I love you. How come you're not calling me back?’

He did not know she was grounded from her phone this time," Vanbuskirk said.

Detectives said they were investigating Reimer when he disappeared Monday morning.

Deborah’s friends said she told them she was leaving town with Reimer.

Students at Tecumseh High School told detectives they believe Reimer might have taken Fourzan to California.

The girl’s mother said the family is just staying positive and hoping for the best.

"She's 14-years-old. She needs to be home with her family," Vanbuskirk said.

There are no vehicle descriptions.

Anybody with information should call 911 or 1-405-598-9305 immediately.

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