A Brother's Search...

This is a partial transcript from "On the Record," September 29, 2005, that has been edited for clarity.

GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, HOST: Now to Alabama (search) and the mysterious disappearance of a high school assistant principal. Forty-eight-year-old Walter Moore (search) vanished on May 22, and he has not been seen since.

His brother, Reggie Moore, joins us live from Birmingham, Alabama. Welcome, Reggie.


VAN SUSTEREN: Reggie, you’ve been on this show a couple times before, but just to sort of remind the viewers, tell us what we know about your brother’s disappearance.

MOORE: Well, on May the 22nd, my brother called my mom about 6:30 PM, and the usual conversation was, How are you doing? How is everybody doing? Everybody’s fine. And they would always talk every day. And he also called me that Sunday evening around quarter to 7:00.

VAN SUSTEREN: Nothing unusual in your conversation with him on that evening?

MOORE: No, nothing unusual at all. He was the same upbeat person as he always has been.

VAN SUSTEREN: Does your brother live alone?

MOORE: Yes, he did. Yes, he does.

VAN SUSTEREN: And he’s assistant principal at a high school, is that right, sir?


VAN SUSTEREN: Now, about three days later, on May 25, his car was found. How far was it found from his home?

MOORE: I think maybe approximately maybe a mile away from his home.

VAN SUSTEREN: Anything unusual inside his car to suggest where he might be, whether there was foul play?

MOORE: Well, the detectives told us that they’d searched the car for fingerprints, and no fingerprints and no evidence of foul play.

VAN SUSTEREN: Sir, you mentioned the detectives. Are the police responding to calls from the family, and do you have the sense that they are actively looking for your brother?

MOORE: Well, I called the detective Friday, and she told me that they were working on some new leads. But she also said that she’d been working on five other cases. And what gets to my family and I is that if she’s working on five other cases, how much time is she really spending on my brother’s case?

VAN SUSTEREN: Have they given you any information, other than finding the car on May 25, any other clues as to what might have happened or where your brother is?

MOORE: No. We haven’t heard anything from him.

VAN SUSTEREN: And did he have any enemies, sir?

MOORE: Not that I know of. I would not think so because everybody knew him. They loved him, and he loved them also. He was a very caring person.

VAN SUSTEREN: All right, sir. Well, if anyone has any information about Walter Moore, a high school assistant principal, call the police right away. Reggie, thank you. We’ll have you back as we continue to try to get some information about your brother.

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