CLEVELAND - Cleveland police, the Guardian Angels and some concerned citizens went door to door Thursday passing out flyers of two missing persons along Denison Avenue.
Commander Keith Sulzar said he hopes to do events like this two or three times a year. "Together as a group we can make a difference but as one we can't," he said.
They focused their efforts and reminded residents of two people that went missing in the area.
Richard Peebles went missing along West 33rd Street and Denison Avenue on Dec. 31, 2010. Christina Kleckner was last seen along West 48th Street and Denison on Oct. 1, 2011. The group spread out into teams covering the area.
"We were just asking questions. How are things going? We were just trying to get out information on some of these missing persons," Sulzar said.
"We are walking the west side of Cleveland passing out these flyers hoping to make a difference," said Pastor Angel Arroyo. He has been passing out flyers for years. He was around when Amanda Berry first went missing, then Gina DeJesus.
He was also passing out flyers the night Emilliano Terry went missing before his body was discovered at a trash facility.
"We just want to educate the community so we don't have anymore situations of missing children," Arroyo said.
If you have any information on Peebles or Kleckner you can call the Second District Police at 216-623-5218 or 216-623-2704.