By Associated Press - Sunday, July 12, 2015

CHILLICOTHE, Ohio (AP) - A march to focus attention on two women missing since last year from a small southern city drew dozens of people.

WBNS-TV in Columbus reports the march Saturday in Chillicothe was aimed at sparking new leads in the disappearances of Wanda Lemons and Charlotte Trego. They are among six women who have vanished from the community in the past year. The other four were found dead.

Lemons disappeared last November. Trego has been missing since May 2014.

Family members continue to seek answers.

Police say they haven’t ruled anything out. But they say it’s likely the women’s troubled histories caught up with them. All were drug addicts.



The deaths and disappearances have spurred the creation of a task force including local and state law enforcement and the FBI.

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