|July 15, 1963 19:23|
|16 to 16 years old|
Mary Ann attended a carnival at St. Priscilla's Catholic Church on July 15, 1963.
Two days after her disappearance her parents received a short letter postmarked from Oak Park, IL. In the letter, Mary Ann stated that she was fine and that she was going to earn some money to take care of them. No further contact was ever made.
It is believed that Mary Ann may have joined a magazine door-to-door sales group that was headed to California.
The husband and wife owners of the sales organization gave conflicting statements. The wife stated that Mary Ann left with the sales group and the husband stated that Mary Ann never left Chicago.
On 08 MAR 2012, the NCIC Number was replaced with M640576567.
For some unknown reason, the original NCIC was deleted by NCIC on 06 MAR 2012.
Updated by Det. Mark CZWORNIAK.
Clothing and Accessories
Black sleeveless blouse, white shorts
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|312 744 8261|
|Chicago Police Department|
|2452 West Belmont Avenue|
Case Number corrected from Illinois LEADS Number to Chicago PD Case Number on 18 SEP 2014, by Detective Mark Czworniak, Area North Violent Crimes Unit.