Families of the missing can search from home
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Judy Tilley holds her son Greg Tilley's senior portrait at her home in Valley Park. Greg disappeared in 1992 at the age of 22.
"The missing ingredient is, there needs to be more cases," Matthews said. "The more cases, the better it can do its job."
One missing person case listed on the site is that of Michelle Angela Yarnell
. She was 28 when she was reported missing from her home in Ivy Bend, Mo., six years ago. Her husband later confessed to killing her. But her body has never been found.
Her mother, Marianne Asher-Chapman, of Holts Summit, Mo., estimated she has made 50 trips to the property where her daughter used to live to dig for clues.
"It's so important for me to find even one finger. I can't even describe it," said Asher-Chapman, 55. "This is my baby I held all those years. I will never, never, never give up looking for Angie.
"It's a life of anguish," she said.
"NamUs gives us hope."