Reward offered in case of missing Detroit father

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Corey Cameron’s mom, Kim Dallas, has been struggling with her son’s disappearance for nearly a year.

“Corey would give you anything he had,” she said. “In fact, that was what I had to deal with when he was little. He would give all his clothes away. He was a very generous person. It was natural for him.”

On March 19, 2015, the 23-year-old left a relative’s home in the 3100 block of Ewald Circle at 11 p.m.

He got into a car of an unknown woman and was supposed to be heading back to his apartment in the 14000 block of Riverview Street.

His family doesn’t know if he ever made it there, but they haven’t seen him since. They say someone has to know what happened to him.

“I need some time of closure,” Dallas said. “Someone knows something. We know that for a fact.”

Corey is 5’7”, 150 pounds. He is the father of a one year old and a three year old. His mother said. He had a lot to live for.

“I will never stop,” she said. “As long as Crimestoppers let me talk, I will talk.”

There is a $2,500 reward to find the missing father of two.

Anyone with information on Cameron’s whereabouts can anonymously call Crime Stoppers at 800-SPEAKUP

Tips can be submitted online at www.1800speakup.org or by text message at 274637


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