Disappearance Due National Exposure

Steve Lackmeyer Published: April 9, 1993

The disappearance of a 7-year-old Chandler girl, her mother and aunt, will soon get national exposure from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and a network television show.

A picture and information about Cynthia M. Britto will be included with April billing information sent to more then 5 million gas company customers across the country, said Charlene Bassett, spokeswoman for Oklahoma Natural Gas.

Additionally, a producer of the NBC network program "Unsolved Mysteries" will arrive in Oklahoma next week to interview the involved parties, said Kym Koch, spokeswoman for the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.

Britto, her mother Wendy Laraine Camp, 23; and aunt Lisa Renee Kregear, 25, disappeared May 29, 1992, on the way back from Shamrock, where Camp had been visiting her 4-year-old son, Jonathan Noe.

Britto's grandmother and Camp's mother, Jackie Taylor, said Camp called her husband in Oklahoma City from the Shamrock Cafe about 5 p.m., and that was the last time the family heard from them.

They were last seen getting out of a 1983 dark blue Audi in Chandler, Taylor said.

Foul play is suspected in the disappearances and the investigation is at a standstill, Koch said.

Anyone with information about the disappearances should contact The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at (800) 843-5678 or the Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation Missing Persons Unit at 848-6724. BIOG: NAME:

Archive ID: 536003

NewsOK.com has disabled the comments for this article.