Family Of Cory Rubio Still Looking For Answers After Seven Years

Published: Jan. 27, 2006 at 12:56 PM CST|Updated: Jan. 31, 2006 at 11:31 PM CST
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Cory Rubio disappeared seven years ago this weekend, yet to this day neither police nor her parents have any idea what happened to her.

"Seven years of two young daughters, Sarah and Samantha, maturing without a mother. It has been seven years of waiting for someone to come forward with the truth," said Rubio's mother Susan.

Police found the 24-year-old's car at the Stoner Boat Launch January 28th, 1999. It had been abandoned and ransacked.

The last time anyone saw Cory was the night before. She was with her ex-husband, Airman Jesse McGay, at Barksdale Air Force Base.

McGay was a person of interest in the case, but detectives could never find enough evidence to charge him.

Now, the family is asking the Air Force for help. "Today we issue a challenge to the U.S. Air Force for them to release documents and information to the Shreveport Police Department," Susan Rubio said.

Shreveport Police say this is probably the longest missing persons case the department has ever worked. If anyone has any information at all that could help police, please call 318-673-7020.