Three Hemet High School students missing

Preliminary investigation leans toward runaway, says sheriff ■ Kyle Selby / Reporter On Monday, Nov. 27, Knicko and Debbie Askari started to worry when their 16-year-old daughter Victoria did not answer her phone calls, and wasn’t at school when Debbie came to pick her up. When Debbie visited the office, she discovered that her daughter’s phone was found, dropped off earlier that day by an unidentified male in his 40s. Two other Hemet High students, siblings Clyde Murray, 14, and Melissa Murray, 16, are acquaintances of Victoria Askari and also went missing from the school Monday. “At this point nothing indicates foul play,” said Sgt. Ron Lawler of the Riverside County

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