National missing persons group taking role in Waller search - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

National missing persons group taking role in Waller search

CUE just released posters and now also has Jacque's information listed on their website. CUE just released posters and now also has Jacque's information listed on their website.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) -

A national organization for missing persons is taking an active role in the search for Jacque Waller.

The Community United Effort Center for Missing Persons (CUE) just released posters and now also has Jacque's information listed on their website.

Waller has been missing for more than a month now.  She was last seen in Jackson on June 1st.

CUE is a nonprofit organization focused on finding missing people and supporting their families.

Director Monica Caison said she plans to come to southeast Missouri to meet with law enforcement and Waller's family members.

Meanwhile, authorities still need information from the public.  Police say you can leave an anonymous tip.

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