Tour stops in Collier to focus on cold cases

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Balloons are released Oct. 3, 2013 at the intersection of 111th Avenue and Vanderbilt Drive in Naples, Fla. Two missing persons and one unsolved case were represented by friends and family were of Felipe Santos, Terrance Williams and the late Franky Cuevas respectively. The reason for holding a visual awareness event through sign holding and flyer passing was because it's part of the 10th Annual on the Road to Remember Missing Persons Tour 2013. The event was held by Community United Effort (CUE) Center For Missing Persons to generate awareness about cold cases.

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Corey Perrine/Staff Balloons are released Oct. 3, 2013 at the intersection of 111th Avenue and Vanderbilt Drive in Naples, Fla. Two missing persons and one unsolved case were represented by friends and family were of Felipe Santos, Terrance Williams and the late Franky Cuevas respectively. The reason for holding a visual awareness event through sign holding and flyer passing was because it's part of the 10th Annual on the Road to Remember Missing Persons Tour 2013. The event was held by Community United Effort (CUE) Center For Missing Persons to generate awareness about cold cases.

Video from NBC-2

Two Collier County cold cases that are both nearly a decade old were back in the spotlight Wednesday.

As part of a national tour to raise awareness of missing children and adults, investigators asked for information in the cases of Felipe Santos and Terrance Williams.

Family and investigators hope to generate new leads in both cases.

Williams was last seen in January of 2004. He went missing after reportedly pulling over due to car trouble near Vanderbilt Road.

Go to NBC-2 to read the full story.

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