There' s a ride called
the Great White Knuckler, a roller coaster.

The last time I saw Kristen,
she was standing there.

Why was she alone?
Was she alone?
I told the policeman.
They had met an older boy earlier.
Mr. VanDorn, turns out
that the boy your daughter was talking to...

didn' t work at the park.
We' ve interviewed everybody there
and nobody there had ever seen him before.

But if she has...
At the present,
there' s no indication of any violence.

Le s hope she' s just a runaway.
There' s something very wrong here.
Kristen isn' t the type of person
to just up and leave.

I said, let' s hope she' s a runaway.
If she' s a runaway,
then at least she knows where she is.

That' s better than a lot of these kids.
Some of them won' t show up for years
and some won' t show up at all.

These are the realities.
What are you doing?
I' ve got two officers assigned to the case.
They' re going to follow up every lead.

We' re going to give it our best shot.
What can we do?
There are people
who specialize in this kind of thing.

I suppose you could hire yourselves
the best private detective in town.

He might be able
to put all his energies into finding Kristen.

Mr. Mast, I' m Jake VanDorn.
This is my brother-in-law, Wes.

- Coffee?
- Black.

Let me ask you a personal question.
Was your daughter
the kind of girl to run around?

Play practical jokes, maybe?
No, I didn' t think she was.
Let me get the picture here, let me guess.
Let me visualize your daughter.