Justice for Missing Child

St. Paul, MN, Eagan Branch City Carrier Assistant David Kesseh.

St. Paul, MN, Eagan Branch City Carrier Assistant David Kesseh.

Earlier this year, the Crystal Police Department received a report of missing child named Barway Collins. In the early days of the investigation, St. Paul, MN, Eagan Branch City Carrier Assistant David Kesseh offered to assist law enforcement in any way possible to find the missing child. For the next several weeks, Kesseh spent many of his free hours helping in the search. Unfortunately, Collins’ body was ultimately found in the Mississippi River, though his killer ultimately confessed to the crime.

The tragic ending in the search didn’t diminish the contributions of Kesseh and other volunteers. Recently, Kesseh received a letter of appreciation from the Crystal Police Department, thanking him for the “countless hours” he contributed. The letter read in part: “Your assistance proved to be a valuable resource throughout the investigative process. We greatly appreciate the time and energy you contributed to the case. With your assistance, justice has been served for “Little Barway.”

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