On April 25, 1934, six-year-old June Robles left Roskruge school to go to her cousin's house, as she normally did after school. She never arrived.

  • Johanna Eubank
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On April 25, 1934, six-year-old June Robles left Roskruge school to go to her cousin's house, as she normally did after school. She never arrived.

  • Johanna Eubank
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June Robles, the six-year-old granddaughter of a wealthy Tucson pioneer, had been kidnapped as she left her school. A ransom of $15,000 was de…

  • Johanna Eubank
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There were few clues in the kidnapping case of June Robles — at least few that didn't turn out to be false leads. Then came the news that two …

  • Johanna Eubank
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Little June Robles had been abducted May 25, 1934. There had still been no sign of her, and precious few clues, when a plea from her father ra…

  • Johanna Eubank
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Fourteen days after the kidnapping of six-year-old June Robles, her family still had no clue as to her whereabouts.

  • Johanna Eubank
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Little June Robles was still missing, while her father hoped to make contact with her abductors to negotiate her release.

  • Johanna Eubank
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The Morgue Lady can't possibly do better that the headline splashed across the front page of the Arizona Daily Star, May 14, 1934: