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Latoria Renae Mc Clarin, 27, went missing on November 1 from Goldsboro, North Carolina.She left her house with a man, identified as Ray, and told her family she would be right back.Tilawna Cheatham, now 31, disappeared on August 11, 1989 when she was nine years old in Aiken, South Carolina.Her photo has been age progressed to show what she would look like, aged 27.Ray is believed to be an acquaintance from the city of Wilson in the state but Miss Mc Clarin's family don't know anything else about him.According to the National Crime Information Center, nearly 40 per cent of those who have disappeared, often in suspicious circumstances, are black.However critics allege that public attention mainly focuses on white women who have vanished.The girl was last seen after she argued with her mother, took spare change from a jar and left home.
The student bought a bus ticket to visit her mother in Denver but never boarded it.
Her roommate said that she was acting normally when she left, but her family are concerned that something may have happened to her as it was unusual for her not to contact them and she has an unspecified medical condition.
Not forgotten: Ashani Creighton, now 19, (left) was abducted by her grandparents from Orlando in 1998 while Sharaun Cole, now 41, (right) was last seen outside her New York home in 1983 but few details are known about her disappearance.
These photos have been doctored to show the ageing process Arnika Miller, now aged 33, disappeared on August 21, 2010 from Topeka, Kansas.
Before she went missing, it is alleged that Miss Miller told a co-worker that her boyfriend and his friends had assaulted her and stolen her identification and money and that she was afraid of them. Her family are deeply concerned for her safety as she is an insulin-dependent diabetic and she may have had a broken leg. Asia Nicole Martin, now 26, was last seen on May 27, 2005 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
She told her roommate that she was going for a walk at 8.40pm and never came home.