Topics and Guests: August 24

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Half a world away, he vanished without a trace. Police in Japan are desperately searching for a missing Wisconsin student. Twenty-year-old Andrew Lathrop spent the past year teaching English in Japan. He disappeared on August 15, just days before he was scheduled to come back home. We’ll be joined by Andrew's uncle, Martin Eiden, and reporter Michael King of the Appleton Post-Crescent.

Plus, a new clue has surfaced in the search for a missing model. Twenty-year-old Julie Popovich (search) disappeared from a bar near Ohio State University on August 11. Now, an identification card that Popovich was using that night has been found. We’ll get an update on the search from family friend, Christy Hennagir.

Then, a frantic search is underway for a missing Alabama woman. Twenty-six-year-old Sherry Milton — a single mother — was last seen at a gas station on August 14. She called her boyfriend about ten times that night and left him a terrified message, pleading for help. Is there any sign of Sherry? We’ll ask her cousin, Kerry Crowley.

And, searches by boat, helicopter, aircraft and land have turned up no sign of two missing Detroit lawyers. Lana Stempien and Chuck Rutherford took their boat out on Lake Huron on August 11. The next day their boat was found with the engine running and the radio on, but there was nobody on board.? Greta investigates on tonight's edition of "On the Record."

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