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Monday, August 19, 2013

Ali Gilmore has been missing for 7 years, 199 days, 15 hrs, 11 mins, 54 secs

Ali Gilmore of 231 Lorraine Ct in Tallahassee, FL is missing under suspicious circumstances. Ali Gilmore was also 4 months pregnant at the time of her disappearance. If you have any information on the whereabouts of Ali Gilmore please contact the Big Bend Crime Stoppers at (850) 891-HELP or (866) 979-0922

Ali Gilmore was born on January 5, 1976, and was 30 years old at the time of her disappearance form her home in Wilson Green in Tallahassee, Florida. She is a black female, 5 feet 6 inches, has brown hair, brown eyes, medium complexion and weighs approximately 180 lbs.

Identifying characteristics: Pierced ears, tattoo of the name "Ali" on right side of her chest, birthmark on abdomen. Ali Gilmore was four months pregnant at the time of her disappearance!

As I write this post the timer counting how long Ali has been missing still grows. Second by second it continues to show she is still not home with her family and friends. Do you know Ali's story? Have you heard of her at all. It's been 7 years since anyone last saw or heard from Ali. She was 4 months pregnant with her first child when she vanished without a trace.

With the recent discoveries of Jaycee Dugard, Gina DeJesus, Amanda Berry and Michelle Knight,  who all were missing for 10 years or more, the hopes and hearts of the families of missing persons were again filled. They feel if the others were found after so long that their loved one may also be found.

Now is the time for all out campaigns focusing on the missing in each state and county. Show their faces and stories and remind the public they are still gone. Get the age progressed photos in the paper, on the news or on billboards. Think back if you heard or over heard a story in a bar or at a gathering about one of the missing. You may be the one who finally breaks a case wide open and helps LE bring someone home. Someone knows the truth but for some odd reason they keep their silence. You hold the answers, you can solve a mystery. And in this day and age you can be anonymous or protected by Law Enforcement. So why aren't more people speaking up? Why aren't missing people home?

The families have a right to know. If someone knew where your loved one was or what happened to them wouldn't you want them to speak up? Wouldn't you expect them to do the right thing?

Sadly the missing adults get little to no press coverage. People like Ali Gilmore are all but forgotten. The only people who remember them are either their family or owners of missing persons sites like ours.

This needs to change and now. Priceless seconds are ticking by and bringing us no closer to our missing loved ones.

Stop, think, remember. You could bring someone home and make their Missing poster or site vanish for good.

For more information please visit our site or Where is Ali Gilmore's site. I'm going to try and focus a person a week. If there is someone you want posted please leave a comment or shoot us an email at .

Help Ali's family know where she is or what happened to her. They have the right to know before anymore precious seconds tick by.

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