Search for Alexandria Lowitizer-- Spring, Texas
(Spring, Texas) On Saturday July 23rd the Laura Recovery Center staff and the Greater Houston Search Dog (GHSD) Team will search a ravine near where Ali Lowitzer disappeared 15 months ago. The trash filled ravine was located by one of the search teams last weekend as they combed a wooded area a little over a mile from where Ali disappeared.
At 8:15 a.m. The GHSD team will put on a demonstration for the media on how the dogs operate and how effectively they can be used when searching for the body of a missing person. The team will meet in the parking lot of the Northwood Baptist Church, 5803 Treaschwig Rd., Spring, Tx. 77373 and give a short demonstration on how the dogs are use before proceeding to the ravine and conducting the actual search.
Alilexandria Lowitizer, 16, disappeared on April 26, 2010 after getting off the school bus near her home on Low Ridge Road in Spring, Texas. Numerous searches for Alexandria have been made without success. What actually happened to Alexandria is unknown so the search continues.
The Laura Recovery Center is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, that was founded in Laura Smither's memory. The Center focuses on Education, Search, and Prevention in the area of missing children, has offered free abduction prevention programs to over 200,000 children throughout the greater Houston
area, worked with over 1,500 families with missing loved ones, and has organized 100 community searches in 14 states for abducted children and missing adults. The Center trains law enforcement at the Houston Police Department training academy and other agencies in Texas, and distributes educational materials and child ID kits.