Statue dedication on third anniversary of Susan Cox Powell’s disappearance

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WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – Thursday marks a somber anniversary for people it Utah and Washington State.

Three years ago, Susan Cox Powell disappeared from her West Valley City home.

A memorial statue in honor of Susan and her boys, Charlie and Braden, was installed earlier this week in Puyallup, Washington.

The granite monument, topped with an angel, will be dedicated Thursday during a candlelight vigil on Thursday at 7 p.m.

In Utah, an event will be held on December 11 at the Hunter Library in West Valley City.

Meanwhile, the West Valley City Police Dept. released a statement about the continued search for Susan:

“December 7th, 2012, marks the three year anniversary since the suspicious disappearance of Susan Cox Powell.

“The West Valley City Police Department has dedicated countless hours and personnel to this investigation. At this time the investigation continues to be active but has been scaled down. The number of full time investigators assigned has been reduced.

“Some investigative tasks remain to be completed as follow ups are coordinated. The department remains committed to this investigation.

“The public is reminded there is a $10,000 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of Susan Cox Powell and encourages anyone with information to call the West Valley City Police Department at (801) 840-4000.”

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