10 Years Later Missing Person Aaron Watkins Billboard Goes Live
Aaron Watkins was last seen on November 11, 2007 in Plainfield NJ. He was 18 at the time of his disappearance and the vehicle he was driving was found abandoned in the southbound lanes of the Driscoll Bridge.
The CUE Center for Missing Persons in conjunction with Lamar Outdoor; who generously donated the billboard, will unveil the digital billboard live at 10 AM on November 11, 2017 in accordance with the 10 year anniversary of Aaron’s disappearance.
Friends, family and law enforcement have worked tirelessly over the past 10 years to keep Aaron’s face and name out in the public eye and get some answers and resolution to his case. “The not knowing is the hardest part” says CUE representative Lisa Valentino who has endured a missing loved one in her life. “The family deserves answers; Aaron’s friends deserve answers as well as the Plainfield community.” “Aaron deserves to be brought home and we are hoping this billboard will spark new interest and new leads that do just that.” said Lisa Valentino.
The press and the public are invited and asked to attend this unveiling at 10 AM in Hillside Township facing the westbound side of Route 22; 245 Route 22 West in the Conoco Gas Station parking lot.(3/10 of a mile east of ShopRite and 1.5 miles East of the Garden State Parkway.)
It is the hope of CUE Center for Missing Persons to not only shine a light on Aaron Watkins case, but all missing in NJ and indeed throughout the country in what is truly epidemic proportions.
Anyone with information regarding Aaron’s disappearance please contact PO Stephen Bailey, the lead investigator on Aaron’s case at the Plainfield Police Dept. (908)753-3041 You can also submit a tip to CUE Center at (910) 232-1687 and remain anonymous.