As the Tice family prepares for the Christmas holiday, Marc and Debra's son, Austin, an American freelance journalist, is still missing in Syria. Pictured in this 2009 family photo, from left-right, Austin Tice, Marc Tice, Debra Tice, Jonathan Tice, Meagan Tice, Naomi Tice, Jacob Tice, Simon Tice, Maia Tice and Abigail Tice.
As the Tice family prepares for the Christmas holiday, Marc and Debra's son, Austin, an American freelance journalist, is still missing in Syria. Pictured in this 2009 family photo, from left-right, Austin Tice, Marc Tice, Debra Tice, Jonathan Tice, Meagan Tice, Naomi Tice, Jacob Tice, Simon Tice, Maia Tice and Abigail Tice. MCT
As the Tice family prepares for the Christmas holiday, Marc and Debra's son, Austin, an American freelance journalist, is still missing in Syria. Pictured in this 2009 family photo, from left-right, Austin Tice, Marc Tice, Debra Tice, Jonathan Tice, Meagan Tice, Naomi Tice, Jacob Tice, Simon Tice, Maia Tice and Abigail Tice. MCT

Tice family pleads for help in return of journalist missing in Syria

December 20, 2012 06:54 PM

UPDATED June 17, 2015 12:36 PM

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