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23 December 2011

Child Find Fair
CHILD IDENTIFICATION KIT: Jamie White Mountain looks on as her son Malachai, 4, allows Burleigh County Sheriff's Deputy Roy Bailey to print his fingerprints on a form during a Child Find Fair. The October 27 event at United Tribes was part of a child safety campaign for parents. The form contains places for information about a child, a photograph, and a strand of hair for DNA sample. Parents keep the form just in case it might be needed someday. "Gosh, if it ever happened that my son went missing I'd want to be able to provide them [authorities] with as much information as possible to help find him," said Jamie, who works in the United Tribes Housing Department.


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