Missing in the Metro

Missing in the Metro

Ross Peterson, Heather Burnside, and Sergeant Paul Parizek dive into unsolved murders in Des Moines, Iowa

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August 5, 2020 28 min
UPDATE: The latest in the case of Abdi Sharif
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Recorded May 5, 2020. An update on the case of Abdullahi Sharif.
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March 17, 2020 44 min
Abdi Sharif walked away from Target on Merle Hay road in January of 2020 and has not been seen since. We are joined by Sam Nicolino, a classmate of his to discuss how the community is responding to his disappearance.
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October 25, 2019 35 min
We talk with the daughter of Beth Ann Rickets as we cover the many sorted details of the final months of her mothers life. A powerful conversation about the impact left on the families of these missing persons cases.
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May 15, 2019 37 min
In May of 1990, John Jeffery was murdered outside a local bar. Nearly 29 years to the day, Ross, Heather, and Sgt. Parizek talk about the details. Hear how the suspect list evolves. How some names are crossed out, and others are not.
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April 3, 2019 36 min
A look at the 1975 murder of Diane Schofield in Des Moines. A 21-year old mother was murdered over 40 years ago, and the DMPD believes somebody knows something.
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March 5, 2019 8 min
We fill-in a few holes we accidentally left in our episode on the Gloria Gary case. Any questions you have about an episode can be sent to rosspeterson@iheartmedia.com
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March 5, 2019 56 min
Ross, Heather, and Sgt. Parizek are joined by Det. Danny White to review the unsolved case surrounding the disappearance of Darleen Fitchett in January of 1960.
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February 15, 2019 46 min
Reviewing the solved case of Gloria Gary to demonstrate how a case is worked.
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February 15, 2019 56 sec
Missing in the Metro Trailer!
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