Texas Equusearch needs funding to continue search for missing people

The group that helps investigators locate missing people all around the country is in need of a helping hand themselves.

Texas Equusearch is on the verge of bankruptcy and without the community's help, they may have no choice but to close up shop. The team started in August 2000 with the purpose to provide volunteer horse-mounted search and recovery for lost and missing persons.  Its existence and purpose is dedicated to the memory of Laura Miller, the daughter of founding director, Tim Miller. Laura was abducted and murdered in north Galveston County in 1984. 

On the Factor to talk about this is Tim Miller along with several of the families that have been helped by Texas Equusearch.