FILE - In this July 12, 1996, file photo a missing person poster for Melissa Gay is taped to the window of a New York subway booth as a man buys tokens on the day Melissa was found. The 14-year-old daughter of wealthy investment banker and Bain Capital manager Robert Gay had disappeared after going to an overnight rave party in New York. When Gay called fellow Bain executive Mitt Romney, giving him a frantic report, Romney stepped in and committed Bain's resources to help with the search. "I said let's close the firm, let's close the company ? we were in Boston ? and let's all of us fly down to New York and try to find her," he said when asked at a campaign rally in Ohio. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)