Texas Equusearch Suffering Financial Setbacks

They're one of the premiere grassroots organizations for finding missing people.  Now Texas Equusearch is reportedly on the verge of bankruptcy amid a heavy caseload and short funding.

The group helped to find the bodies of two missing people in recent days.  HPD divers recovered 69-year old Alex Medina in a manhole.  He disappeared more than a week ago when his disabled car was found along the north freeway. 

They also helped locate the body of 69-year old Alexander Dao, who went missing near Bellaire Boulevard and Wilcrest Drive. 

Both deaths are believed to be accidental. 

Texas Equusearch was founded in 2000 by Tim Miller in memory of his daughter Laura, who was abducted and murdered in Galveston County in 1984.  The nonprofit organization has grown to over a thousand members, and has conducted searches for missing people all over the world.

On Saturday, Jackie's Brickhouse in Kemah will host its annual fundraiser for Texas Equusearch with fish fry plates, live music and a silent auction.

Here's how you can donate.

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