QC Missing Persons Network holds sale to help further their mission

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The Quad Cities Missing Persons Network decided to take their mission a step further at a meeting on May 3. They decided to start providing seminars and education and help families searching for missing loved ones.

On Saturday, May 10, 2014 they held a fundraiser garage sale to help support their continuing mission.

The network was created by the family of David Harker, who went missing in the fall of 2013. His body was later found in the Mississippi River.

“We had such support from the community looking for him and we want to pass it on forward and we're doing that by actually looking for other missing persons and also by helping with the searches," said Alicia Harker with the QC Missing Persons Network.

Any items not sold at the sale were given to charity.