Ann Gotlib (born May 5, 1971) was an immigrant girl who disappeared from the premises of a Louisville, Kentucky mall on June 1, 1983. The case to find her abductor and killer was covered heavily by the Louisville news media and stretched for the next twenty-five years until the suspect, deceased, was finally identified.
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... Due to the startling way Gotlib vanished in broad daylight without any trace, it was a key case that lead the United States Congress to create the National Center for Missing and ... The center credits the Gotlib case with increasing national awareness of missing and abducted children and revolutionizing how missing-child cases are handled ...
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