Thursday, January 18, 2007
Have you seen this woman?
Gary Tuchman is working on a story about Esther Reed, the woman pictured to the left. Esther allegedly stole the identity of a missing South Carolina woman and used that identity to create a new life for herself in New York City. Gary's television piece on this subject is scheduled to air tomorrow night. In the meantime, please e-mail us if you have any idea where she might be.
Posted By CNN: 6:01 PM ET
Identity theft is so terrible. This story is even worse though, since she is also missing. I hope someone has an idea what happened to her or where she is.
Posted By Anonymous Jess, Paris, KY : 7:30 PM ET
Looking forward to seeing your presentation of the facts about 'Natalie' as I knew her. I hope that you manage to describe how manipulative and destructive she was to everyone she deceived. With any luck, her latest victim will recognize her and help bring her to justice.
Posted By Anonymous Mark N, New York, NY : 2:40 PM ET
I'm with you Jess, Where is this young lady, Ester Reed?
Where is the Missing South Carolina woman and how would Ester Reed be knowledgable of another missing woman's idenity. Then be able to use it to create a new life for herself in NYC? Sounds like there are other parties involved in this mystery.
Hopefully when Ester is found the story will unravel and Ester will be given fair treatment.
Posted By Anonymous Sandra, Columbus, OH : 8:24 AM ET
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