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The unsolved disappearance of Monique Daniels

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MOORE, Okla. -- An Oklahoma girl missing, said to be a runaway, yet even police are not sure that's the case.

Is she alive? It's a question investigators are still wrestling with more than 20 years after she vanished.

“Someone has to be her voice. Someone has to look for her. And I can't stop,” Angelique Rameau, sister of the missing girl, said.

More than two decades after her sister disappeared in the town of Moore, Angelique is desperate for answers.

“Not one part of me. I do not believe that Monique left the house,” Angelique said.

It was the summer of 1992, a strange series of events unfolded, leading Angelique and police to question what really happened to 15-year-old Monique Daniels.

“When you have a little piece that's missing to the puzzle, I don't think it's anyone's make up to not fill that piece in,” Detective Terrance Coleman, with Moore Police, said.

Police and Angelique believe someone knows the truth, but getting them to come forward is not easy.

“It's everyone's constitutional right, they don't have to talk to us if they don't want to,” Detective Coleman said.

 

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