Posts Tagged ‘Unsolved Disappearance’

chartier-judithJudith Ann Chartier was 17 when she vanished in Billerica, Massachusetts. on June 5, 1982 along with her vehicle, a 1970’s Black Dodge Dart Swinger.

Earlier that night she had attended a party with her then boyfriend. Sometime during the party she had an argument with him and dropped him off at his home before returning back to the party and leaving alone at approximately 2AM. She never made it to her home in Chelmsford, MA.

The town of Chelmsford is approximately 4 miles from the city of Lowell, and is located on Interstate 495 of the Boston metro outer beltway.

Chartier was employed at a fast food restaurant in Chelmsford at the time and those closest to the missing teen alleged she was being harassed by a male co-worker. In fact, it is believed she was afraid of this individual however, he was never entered in as a suspect.

According to Most Wanted Hoes the United States Secret Service notified Chelmsford Police Department that the infamous counterfeiter and sexual sadist, James Mitchell DeBardeleben had been in the town the day prior to Judith Chartier’s disappearance. DeBardeleben is alleged to have murdered several brunette women over an eighteen-year span. Arrested on May 25, 1983, in Knoxville, Tennessee, Secret Service Agents searched DeBardeleben’s 1971 Chrysler seizing evidence including a receipt from a motel in Chelmsford dated June 4, 1982.

DeBardeleben denies having ever met Judith Chartier. Nonetheless, DeBardeleben was in the area the day before Judith’s disappearance and she fit his victim profile. DeBardeleben may have first spotted Judith at the fast food restaurant where she worked. Furthermore, DeBardeleben somewhat varied his motive of operation, he could have stalked Judith, then while impersonating a police officer abducted her. However, DeBardeleben as to date is not known to move or hide his victims. So, if DeBardeleben had abducted and murdered Judith Chartier, her remains, or at least her vehicle should have been discovered by now. Unfortunately, neither Judith nor her Dodge Swinger has been found, and that is because both are hidden. Therefore, the possibility exists that DeBardeleben was not involved in Judith Chartier disappearance.

If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Judith Ann Chartier please contact the Chelmsford Police Department in Chelmsford, Massachusetts at 978-256-2521.

DeSotoBelow is a list of unsolved murders or disappearances being handled by authorities in DeSoto County, FL. Some cases are as old as 1975 and some are as new as 2009.
If you have any information regarding these cases you’re urged to please contact: The Criminal Investigations Division of The DeSoto Co. Sheriff’s Office at (863) 993-4700. —  You can also submit an (anonymous) online tip regarding unsolved crimes in DeSoto County by clicking HERE. —
All calls can remain anonymous. If you believe, but are not sure, of a possibly suspect you’re still urged to contact police so they can look into it.

Source: DeSoto Sheriff Website

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joseph_kinvilleOn March 1, 1999, the body of 16-year-old Joseph Kinville was  discovered in a field off Robin Road in DeSoto County, Florida.

Investigators investigating the scene, along with medical examiners, believe Kinville was the victim of homicide, however, his case remains unsolved.

Very little information regarding this case is available online.

Anyone with information regarding this cold case is asked to please contact: Criminal Investigations Division of The DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office – (863) 993-4700.

All calls can remain anonymous. If you’re not sure but believe you know the suspect involved, you’re still urged to contact police.

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michael_chitwoodMichael Roger Chitwood was abducted from his DeSoto County home on August 12, 1975. Two days after his abduction, his body was found in the Kissimmee River in Okeechobee County.

It is obvious that Chitwood was murdered and intentionally placed in the river but over 37 years later, his case remains cold.

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kellie-jo-krum krum_kelsiKellie Jo Krum was 21-year-old and her daughter Kelsi Krum was 8 months when they vanished from their Arcadia home in DeSoto County on August 11, 1994 at approximately 11:30PM – 12AM. Kellie’s cousin, James Dennis “Jimbo” Ford, was the last known person to have seen her alive. Kellie was planning to move in with her parents to Sebring, FL and apparently was packing the night she disappeared. Ford also told police that when he was leaving Kellie’s apartment, she was on the phone with an unknown individual. Kellie and Kelsi Krum haven’t been seen or heard from since.

Authorities say that evidence and information collected suggest suspicious circumstances.

Foul play is suspected. Keep in mind it is possible that Kellie was murdered and Kelsi was kidnapped and raised elsewhere. This is just one of my theories and no evidence suggest this.

Anyone with information regarding this cold case is urged to contact: Detective Kim Sandoval of the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office (863) 993-4700 and/or the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children 1-800-843-5678 (1-800-THE LOST).

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donald_manleyDonald M. Manley was 43 when he was last seen in Arcadia on September, 2001 but wasn’t reported missing until October 2, 2001. Shortly after, his car was located in a remote area in Sarasota County, Florida. Manley has never been found and his whereabouts remain unknown.

Manley is described as a Caucasian male with brown hair, blue eyes. 5’8” tall, weighing approximately 180 pounds. He would be turning 55 this year.

Very few details could be found regarding this case.

Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to contact Detective Sgt. Kim Sandoval of the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office – (863)993-4700.

 

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smith_unsolvedChristopher D. Smith was found deceased in his Nocatee home in DeSoto on October 1, 2009 in what is believed to be a homicide. His case remains unsolved and family and loved ones continue to mourn his death and leave him messages on a Facebook memorial page titled In Loving Memory of Christopher Deon Smith

One of the comments on the memorial page is from a loved one who posted this past September. She says;

Well today makes 1,095 days (3yrs) since someone chose to take you from us,I misss you so much baby,no one will ever know the kind of pain I have been through,I would give ANYTHING to see you,hold you,see your smile,and talk to you one more time,It sure does not seem like it has been 3 yrs,at times seems like it was just last night,ppl always say time will heal or it gets better with time,so not sure why they tell that lie,because it does not get better,at times this day plays over and over in my mind and nothing makes it stop,your family misses you so much and your sisters,I so wish I could have been there for you baby that night,would give anything to change that,I would have given my life to save you,I just wanna see you again one day and we can catch up on everything,and Chris plz watch over your family exp aunt Rhonda she really changed so much since you passed,we all miss you and I know you an daddy and aunt wanda are cuttin up in heaven and eatin good,It is not goodbye its see you later on the other side,ma loves you and nobody in heaen is better than you kid ♥ ♥ ♥ P.S cant wait for you to tell me what happened that night

Anyone with information as to this investigation is asked to call LT Kim Sandoval of the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office at (863)993-4700.

Janice Pockett.. Missing 7/26/73.. Tolland, Connecticut    Peter J. Henderson, Jr.

Photo Of Janice Pockett, Taken The Year She Disappeared.

Case Type: Non Family Abduction

DOB:  Oct 15, 1965 Missing Date: Jul 26, 1973 Sex: Female Race: White Age When Last Seen: 7 Age Now: 7y/o in 73′ – 46y/o (today) Height: 4’0″ (122cm) Weight: 65 lbs (29 kg) Hair Color: Blonde Eye Color: Blue Case Number: NCMC923957
Missing From: TOLLAND, CT. United States
Clothing Description: She was wearing blue shorts with an American flag pattern, a blue and white striped shirt and blue sneakers when she was last seen. Circumstances:Janice left her home by bicycle on the afternoon of July 26,1973 and was never seen again. Her bicycle was found nearby Rhodes Road adjacent to a wooded area. Janice has a gap between her front teeth. .  

New York (CNN) — On a July afternoon in 1973, a little girl set out on her bicycle in a pristine corner of Connecticut. Janice Pockett, 7, was looking for a butterfly she’d caught and left on a rock by the road a couple of days earlier.

“We were driving my mom crazy I remember,” said her younger sister, Mary Engelbrecht, who is now 43. “My sister and I had been bickering over something stupid — a toothbrush, I think.”

Janice asked if she could ride off by herself and their mother said yes. It was a big deal, Engelbrecht said, because it was the first time either girl had been allowed to go anywhere by herself.

Janice never returned and 37 years later, the mystery of what happened to her continues to trouble residents of Tolland, a quiet community in the semi-rural suburbs of eastern Connecticut.

Engelbrecht still has vivid memories of the day her sister vanished. She recalls that their mother gave Janice an envelope for the butterfly. She remembers how Janice rode off on her green, Murray banana-seat bicycle.

Half an hour went by, and there was no sign of Janice. Engelbrecht, then 6, remembers walking up the street holding her mother’s hand as they went looking for her sister.

They found her bike less than a mile away, abandoned on a dirt road close to the woods.

“We found the bike, but my sister was nowhere,” Engelbrecht told CNN. “Police later told us they never found her butterfly, or the envelope either.”

Connecticut State Police continue to work the case. According to Detective Dan Cargill, a member of the investigative team, police found the bicycle between the rock and the Pocketts’ home.

It appeared Janice may have been on her way back home when she was snatched,” he said.

Police searched on foot and horseback, and used cadaver dogs to search the woods near the dirt road where the child’s bike was found.

Photo Of Janice Taken Shortly Before Her Disappearance.

Over the years police and volunteers have continued searching. They say they’ve gone over every inch of the woods. No evidence related to Janice Pockett was ever found.

“I know in the initial search they scoured the woods for newly dug holes, but found none,” Cargill said.

Janice’s bicycle was tested for fingerprints and, more recently, was tested with newer technologies available to investigators. Again, no forensic evidence was found.

Hundreds of potential suspects were questioned; homes in the neighborhood were searched, tips were followed up, and criminal background checks were done. Still, nothing.

“The dirt road where her bike had been found had tire tracks on it from various vehicles and our investigators followed up, searching vehicles fitting those tracks but again no clues were found,” Cargill said.

Leads on possible suspects were followed, but investigators were frustrated by the dead ends.

“There were hundreds of names of possible suspects, but many were ruled out,” Cargill said. “Some who are still on the list, we simply didn’t have corroborating evidence to substantiate them as suspects.”

One potential suspect, now deceased, lived about 20 miles from Tolland at the time Janice Pockett disappeared. His criminal record included prison terms for the abduction and attempted murder of two boys in Massachusetts. And the man later was convicted of molesting two boys in Montana.

When police searched the man’s Montana home, they found fragments of a child’s bones, but could not match them to Pockett. The man died in prison in 2008, and the identity of the child whose bones were found remains a mystery.

Janice Pockett’s disappearance remains an open investigation, police said, adding that they still receive tips from time to time.

Map showing Vernon, CT and surrounding towns, etc.

ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

1-800-843-5678 (1-800-THE-LOST)Connecticut State Police 1-860-779-4900 or 1-860-779-4940

You can also leave a annoymous tip on the tip-line at 860-896-3200.

Sabrina Aisenberg – Born June 27, 1997, at St. Joseph’s Women’s Hospital in Tampa, Florida – She disappeared Nov. 24, 1997. She was named in memory of her great-grandparents Sylvia and Paul. She had just started to crawl when she disappeared.

Nov. 24, 1997, at 6:42 AM, a call to 911, placed by a mother reported her 5 month old infant, Sabrina, was missing. Marlene Aisenberg claimed she and her husband, Steve put the infant in her crib at 11 o’clock the prior evening and awoke the next morning to find an empty crib.

A garage door was left open, but the family dog, Brownie, never barked. There was no evidence of an intruder.

A massive search was immediately launched surrounding the infant’s home and neighborhood.

After the parents were interviewed by law enforcement they decided to hire an attorney and refused to cooperate further due to law enforcement continued suspicions on them. They instead they made a media tour appearing on a host of national television shows to gain Support for their allegedly missing baby. They were critical of law enforcement. People within their community were beginning to suspect the parents..The family home was tapped by law enforcement as part of their investigation.

Indictments against the parents were announced Thursday afternoon in Tampa by US Attorney Charles Wilson. The indictment claims the parents admitting to obstructing justice and responsibility for the death and cover up of young Sabrina.

There are two other children remaining in the home, a girl 4 and a boy 8 at the time of Sabrina’s disappearance.

In February 2001, all charges against the Aisenberg’s were dropped, with the US District ending the 18-month prosecution.

Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) appointed a special prosecutor to investigate the conduct of the two Hillsborough County, Fla., sheriff’s detectives who first investigated the case and focused on the baby’s parents. Stephen Kunz, was demoted and stripped of his supervisory responsibilities, shortly thereafter. His partner, Rachelle DesVaux  Bedke, Federal Attorney, has been transferred to a different department. The two are being investigated by the Justice Department.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON BABY SABRINA’S DISAPPEARANCE, PLEASE CLICK THE LINKS BELOW.

Where is baby Sabrina?

Sabrina Aisenberg – Unsolved Mysteries Wiki

Photo Gallary & Infomation On The Case – http://www.sptimes.com/News/91099/TampaBay/aisphotos.htm

Kidnapped, murdered — what happened to Sabrina Aisenberg? Her parents say they don’t know, that she was abducted sometime during the night. Some people still don’t believe them. Marlene and Steve Aisenberg speak out in a rare interview about their fight to find their daughter and free themselves from suspicion that won’t go away. – The Aisenberg’s – Transcripts

The aftermath:

Sabrina — Born born June 27, 1997, at St. Joseph’s Women’s Hospital in Tampa. She disappeared Nov. 24, 1997. She was named in memory of her great-grandparents Sylvia and Paul. She had just started to crawl when she disappeared.

Marlene Aisenberg — Born Marlene Sadowsky on Oct. 3, 1962. She is an early childhood education specialist who ran Play Time Pals in Brandon, a program for toddlers and their mothers. She met her future husband during their junior year at the University of Maryland. They moved to Brandon in 1991, following her parents and sister, Elaine.

Steve Aisenberg –– Born Sept. 14, 1963. He was a real estate salesman at M/I Homes in Brandon when Sabrina disappeared. He returned to work six weeks later but said he struggled to focus on work. The Aisenbergs moved to Maryland this summer.

Monica Aisenberg — Sabrina’s sister was 4 when her sister disappeared. Because they looked alike, her parents released a photo of Monica when she was 1-year-old, hoping someone might recognize Sabrina at the same age.

William Aisenberg — Sabrina’s brother was 8 when his sister disappeared. His parents said he had a hard time dealing with his sister’s disappearance.

Barry Cohen — The Aisenbergs’ attorney, one of the most prominent criminal defense lawyers in the Tampa Bay area. Cohen, 60, has been described as a bulldog for his aggressive approach. He graduated from Florida State University in 1962 and got his law degree from Mercer University in 1966. His clients have included former Hillsborough State Attorney E.J. Salcines and William LaTorre, the Pinellas chiropractor acquitted in the deaths of four teenagers in a 1989 boating accident.

Charles Wilson – Today marks the end of Charles Wilson’s five years as U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Florida, which runs from Jacksonville to Fort Myers. Wilson, 44, a former Hillsborough County judge and federal magistrate, will replace retiring Judge Joseph Hatchett on the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, for whom he worked as a clerk 20 years ago. His office has prosecuted executives of Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corp. and the Rev. Henry J. Lyons.

PHILADELPHIA — Danielle Imbo, then 34,  had known Richard Petrone, then 35, since she was fifteen years old. Though they had gone to different high schools in New Jersey (she attended Cherry Hill High School East while he was at Bishop Eustace Prep in nearby Pennsauken) Danielle was good friends with Richard’s sister, Christine. Danielle had a ”crush” on Richard, but he had been so consumed with playing ice hockey at the time, he hadn’t picked up on her interest. It wasn’t until much later that they rediscovered one another and became a couple, but by this time, Danielle had been married and divorced once. The man’s name was ”Joe Imbo” who had threatened Richard a few times over the phone but isn’t a suspect as of now.

It was a chilly night, February 19th 2005, when Richard Petrone and Danielle Imbo vanished, along with the pick-up truck they were driving. The disappearance was truly a mystery and still is. No phone calls to friends or family members, no ransom notes, no wreckage, no remains. After years of searching for the missing couple, the police say they have “zero physical evidence.” Despite extensive searches, Richard’s 2001 four-door Dodge Dakota pickup has not been located. Richard’s and Danielle’s credit cards and ATM cards have not been used since they walked out of Abilene’s that night. There has been no activity on either of their cellphones. Surveillance cameras that routinely record transactions at ATM machines showed no signs of either of them. Video cameras at highway toll plazas and river crossings have no record of Richard’s truck passing through that night. It’s as if they vanished into thin air.

“Not a lipstick, not a bag, not a shoe, not a car, not an eyewitness, not a tip, not anything,” Danielle’s brother, John Ottobre said.

They were last seen at Abilene’s bar and restaurant on South Street in Philadelphia, and Richard’s best friend Rick Bellezzi stated that the couple “left the club happy at about 11:45pm.”.. Many who knew the two of them stated they were NOT the type to up and leave without an explanation. They were very happy with there lives and all they had left behind and just wouldn’t walk away from friends and family like that.

 A reward of $100,000 is being offered for any information that will lead to the whereabouts of Danielle and Richard, and police in Philadelphia and New Jersey as well as the FBI continue to search for the couple. But so far they’ve come up empty.

 Danielle Imbo is an attractive brunette with hazel eyes and an infectious smile. Her friends agree that she’s “very smart” with a great ”personality and sense of humor.” One friend described her as a “very blunt” person, “a tell-it-like-it-is type of girl.” A few years before her disappearance, she sang in a rock band called the ”School Boys”, following in the footsteps of her late father, Johnny Ottobre, who in the 1950s had been the lead singer in a well-known doo-wop group called the ”Four Dates”. She has a tattoo on her lower back, a symbol of her astrological sign (Leo) inside a horseshoe of flowers.

Richard Petrone has two tattoos. One is of a clown which is located on his right arm, the other is his daughter’s name (Angela) tattooed on his left arm. He is described as being ”good natured and jovial” He has a stocky, solid build. He has brown hair, blue eyes and usually wears a goatee or a sculpted full beard. Richard is also described as layed back type of guy who liked occasionally drinking beer with friends and relaxing after a long week, a good personality, someone who loved his family and friends too much to ever leave on his own accord.

Richard and Danielle’s family miss them and want answers. Some fear the worst while others try to remain hopeful that one day they will get there loved ones back.

According to Sergeant Tim Cooney of the Philadelphia Police, “No one is a suspect and everyone is a subject of this investigation.”

The Mystery Remains as of 2012

For more information on this unsolved case and  for additional photos, please visit: http://www.danielleimbo.com Any further information, please contact either Mount Laurel Twp Police Department at #856-234-1414, Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office at #609-265-7105, NJSP Missing Persons Unit at #800-709-7090, or Philadelphia Police Department at #215-686-3013/3014.  or  NJSP Missing Persons Unit at #800-709-7090.

Photo of Jeremy Alex (on left) playing the guitar

Jeremy Alex, then 28, disappeared from Northport (ME) on April 30th, 2004 and hasn’t been seen since. Jeremy was seen running down a rural road in Northport, Maine in a delusional state.

His father missing him dearly and has started the Jeremy Alex Fund with the purpose of helping at-risk kids. The Alex family has also offered a reward regarding Jeremy’s case.

Jeremy’s Disappearance has also been featured on a TV show called ”Disappeared” – Below is an article written and published by Bangordailynews about Jeremy’s Disappearance and the Tv show that was aired and can be watched on the internet website ‘YouTube’

NORTHPORT, Maine — Almost seven years ago, Jeremy Alex disappeared in the woods of Northport under mysterious circumstances.

Despite a $20,000 reward for information on his whereabouts, his family is still left with many questions, no answers — and no Jeremy.

They hope that a television program about him that airs Monday night on the Investigation Discovery channel’s series “Disappeared” will change that.

“There’s not too many things left to do that will spark an interest again,” his father, Ted Alex, said Friday from Portsmouth, N.H. where he lives. “We’re optimistic … Hopefully, somebody will call and give us some information.”

Jeremy, a landscape who was in the process of moving to Northport from Islesboro, was 28 when he last was seen running into the woods off Pound Hill Road the evening of April 24, 2004. Although the disappearance was treated initially as a missing-person case, his family believes that the man they describe as kind and a free spirit may have been murdered.

Deputies found Jeremy’s car nearby, but were unable to locate him. A search was mounted immediately, but nothing was found. After the public was notified that Jeremy was missing, a second witness recalled seeing a man who matched his description run across Route 1 near Northport Marine at about the same time. That area also was searched extensively, but nothing was found.

For years, there were no more reliable clues, Ted Alex said last week. But about 2½ years ago, Jeremy’s driver’s license surfaced at a home on the shore in Northport along with a story of missed opportunity.

In 2004, a Northport couple was building a house on the ocean, and about a month after Jeremy disappeared, money started washing up onshore. Workers found about $30 in all, according to Alex.

About two weeks after that, Jeremy’s driver’s license washed up, too.

The couple had a bowl on their coffee table that was filled with everything that had floated in on the tides, and they put the license and the money in that. They never made the connection to the missing man. After the husband died, friends came to a get-together after his funeral. A retired highway patrol officer saw the driver’s license in the bowl and remembered hearing about Jeremy Alex.

“He called the police,” Ted Alex said. “He ended up e-mailing me about it, saying ‘I have $30 of Jeremy’s money and his license,’ which was obviously really bizarre.”

The $20,000 reward, too, has led to nothing more tangible than rumors, he said.

He remembered his son as a nice guy who struggled with addiction but loved snowboarding, chess, music, gardening and Maine.

Anyone with information about Jeremy Alex should call Trundy at the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office at 338-2040.

For more information, visit http://www.jeremyalex.com.
Link – http://new.bangordailynews.com/2011/02/06/lifestyle/tv-show-to-air-about-maine-man-who-disappeared-in-2004/

Numerous leads and interviews have been conducted over the years with no resolution. The State Police continue their investigation. The case is considered a suspicious missing persons case.

Jeremy Alex was born April, 1976 (some reports claim he was born on April 8, while others claim April 24, 1976 as his birthdate) he would be turning 36 years old in 2012. He is described as a Caucasian male with brown hair, brown eyes, 5’7” tall and weighing approximately 155 pounds prior to his disappearance.

Alex smoked hand-rolled ciggerettes at the time of his disappearance and was last seen wearing an olive-green Timberland ‘hoodie, blue or brown jeans and sneakers.’

He also had a substance abuse problem in the years leading up to 2004 and may have been on some type of drug and disoriented on the day he went missing.

If you have any information regarding this cold case, please contact: Maine State Police, CID II, 36 Hospital Street, Augusta, Maine 04330, telephone (207) 624-7143.

You can also contact: Criminal Investigation Division with information regarding this murder. You may also report information about this crime using the online Report a Crime form.

brianna_maitlandBrianna Maitland, then 18, was last seen Friday, March 19, 2004 at approximately 11:30PM, leaving the Black Lantern Inn in Montgomery, VT where she worked as a waitress. She was supposed to drive to a friend’s home but never arrived.

The following day at approximately 1:30PM, her vehicle, a green 1985 Oldsmobile was discovered backed into an abandoned, run-down house about a mile away from where she was last seen. Authorities, along with cadaver dogs and helicopters searched the abandoned home and the area surrounding it.  They noticed her car keys were missing but her two paychecks were sitting on the passenger side of her car.

In the weeks after Brianna’s disappearance, the Vermont National Guard, police, and hundreds of volunteers searched threw out Franklin County but no trace of Brianna was ever located.

Her family and loved ones don’t believe Brianna is a runaway, and her make-up, clothes, credit card, contact lenses, etc, were still at her friends house. Something she would have taken with her if she was planning to leave.

According to reports, four years after Brianna disappeared an anonymous tipster contacted Vermont State Police, telling them he seen her at Caesars Atlantic City Hotel Casino on January 17, 2006, gambling at a table for nearly an hour with an unknown adult man. After viewing surveillance cameras, it was hard to determine if the young woman was in fact, Brianna Maitland.

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Photo of Brianna’s vehicle the day it was found abandoned.

Family say that Brianna would have attempted to contact them. It is possible that she is being held against her will, possible in a human sex-trafficking ring, which would explain the callers random tip and the fact that authorities in Vermont couldn’t find a trace of her. It is unclear why, if the called seen her in January, 2006, he held off contacting police with his claim.

Police believe that she is victim of foul play. She is described as a Caucasian female, standing 5’4” tall, weighing approximately 110 pounds (thin frame) with medium-brown hair and hazel eyes.

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Birthdate: 10/08/86 DOD: 03/19/04
Age Then: 17 Age Now: 26
Gender: Female Race: White
Height: 5’5” Weight: 118 lbs
Hair Color: Brown Eyes: Hazel
Location: East Franklin, Montgomery County, VT, United States
NCMEC Case Number: NCMC985167

There is a $10,000 reward for anyone who can identify the exact location where Brianna may be buried. Another $10,000 for anyone with information leading to the arrest of the individual(s) that may be responsible for her disappearance. Vermont State Police are offering a $5,000 reward for any information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible.

If you have any information about this case you are urged to contact – Captain Glenn Hall at the Vermont State Police Headquarters at 802-244-8781. Callers can remain anonymous.