|June 21, 1977 00:00|
|31 to 31 years old|
|66.0 to 67.0|
|130.0 to 140.0|
Unknown. According to reports, Charlotte had taken her son, Marx Moriarty (also missing), for a walk in his stroller. The stroller was found at approximately 1:00pm at the Haaula bus stop at 54-295 Kamehameha Hwy. Marx's father filed a missing persons report on July 10, 1977, more than two weeks after he found the stroller.
In the report, he explained to police that Moriarty had been missing on several prior occasions, but she had returned home, and that he thought this incident was another one of Moriarty's leaving for no reason. The family believes that Ms. Moriarty and Marx, met with foul play.
scar on chin, scar on leg
Clothing and Accessories
Possibly wearing a turquoise wedding band.
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|Honolulu Police Department|
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