Heidi Allen – April 3, 1994 – New Haven, NY

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Missing: Heidi Marie Allen

Case: Abduction

Missing From: New Haven, New York

Last Seen: D&W Convenience Store, located at the intersection of State Routes 104 and 104B in New Haven, New York.

Missing Date: April 3, 1994

Race: White  Sex: Female

Age at Time Missing: 18 Years old

Height: 5′11 1/2″

Weight: 140 lbs

Hair Color:  Light brown/blonde hair, long and curly

Eyes: Blue

Scars/Marks/Tattoos: 1 inch scar on right knee

Piercings: Ears

Clothing: Last seen wearing a gray sweatshirt with a plaid SU logo on the front, white sneakers (size 9 or 10). She may have been wearing an 18″ gold chain necklace with a heart and diamond charm. She would have been wearing glasses or possibly contacts at the time she disappeared. Renaissance metal frame glasses and/or contacts.

Police Agency: Oswego County Sheriff’s Office, Inv. James Pieproski at 315-349-3411, or your local police.
Case # DS0000648
NamUs MP # 5491

Facebook :  “Where’s Heidi?”

Circumstance: Heidi was last seen on Easter Sunday, April 3, 1994, working alone as a cashier at the D&W Convenience Store, located at the intersection of State Routes 104 and 104B in New Haven, New York. She opened the store at about 5:45 a.m. and managed the store routinely for approximately 2 hours, with nothing out of the ordinary occurring. By 7:50 am, Heidi’s jacket, purse and car keys were found in the store. Her maroon station wagon was undisturbed in the parking lot, and money was found in the cash register and on the counter. Below are two age-progressions of Heidi at approx. age 35.

 

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