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It was January 2, 1999, and 9-year-old Kimber Biggs and her 11-year-old sister were playing in the street in their Mesa neighborhood while waiting for an ice cream truck. After a while, Kimber got cold and went inside for her jacket; her sister stayed to wait, clutching the quarters she got from her mom to buy ice cream. When Kimber returned minutes later, her sister had vanished, her bike lying abandoned on the sidewalk beside two quarters strewn in the street. Kimber would never see Mikelle Biggs again. More than 16 years later and the case of Mikelle Biggs — one of the Valley’s most infamous child abductions— remains unsolved. Kimber is now speaking out to ensure her sister’s case, and her memory, are not forgotten. “I hope we will get justice some day. I just don’t know in what form,” Kimber says. “I will definitely hold out hope. I feel like somebody does know something, and I feel like it’s impossible for no answers to never come up. ”The day Mikelle disappeared, Mesa police launched an investigation, while her family and neighbors desperately scoured the Valley for the missing sixth-grader. But few leads were uncovered, and eventually the case went cold.
Mikelle was simply gone.