MISSING FALLBROOK FAMILY TO BE FOCUS OF NATIONAL TV SHOW TONIGHT

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December 3, 2010 (Fallbrook)--They vanished from their Fallbrook home, leaving behind their two dogs and eggs on the kitchen counter. Their bank accounts, e-mail and cell phones have had no activity since they went missing on February 4, 2010. Now the mystery is about to get national attention. Investigation Discovery’s “Disappeared” is featuring the case of the McStay family.

 

Relatives hope the show will uncover new leads on what happened to Joseph, Summer and their two young boys Gianni, 4 and Joey Jr., 3.

 

The one hour program is called Mystery at the Border. It will air on Monday, January 3, at 7:00 p.m. and again at 10 p.m. It will re-air on January 4, 2011 at 1:00 a.m. Investigation Discovery in San Diego can be found on the following channels: COX – 104, DIRECT TV – 285, Time Warner – 214 and DISH – 192.

 

The family’s vehicle was found Isuzu Trooper was found parked near the border and surveillance cameras showed a group that appeared to be the McStay family crossing the international border.

 

For more pictures, home video and a flyer of the McStay family, go to http://www.mcstayfamily.com/. To see a short clip of “Mystery at the Border,” please visit http://vimeo.com/18299846.
 


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