|January 08, 1994 00:00|
|35 to 35 years old|
|98.0 to 105.0|
At the time of her disappearance, Ms. LaManna was a resident of the Fresh Meadows section of Queens, New York studying nuclear medicine technology. Ms. LaManna was diagnosed with anxiety disorder which caused her to suffer panic attacks and which sometimes left her agitated and paranoid.
LaManna was last seen at approximately 7:00pm at 2517 Wesley Avenue in Ocean City, the residence of her sister. Earlier on the day of her disappearance, Ms. LaManna was released from a New York hospital where she was being treated for a mental health disorder. Immediately prior to her disappearance, Ms. LaManna and her sister had dinner at her sisterâ€™s Wesley Avenue home. Following dinner, Ms. LaManna abruptly left the home dressed only in pajama pants, a sweatshirt, bathrobe and socks. The bathrobe was later discovered by police a short distance from her sisterâ€™s home. A subsequent search by the Ocean City Police, the United States Coast Guard and the Cape May County Sheriffâ€™s K-9 Unit failed to locate Ms. LaManna. No sightings of Ms. LaManna have been confirmed by authorities since leaving her sisterâ€™s home.
A scar on the left elbow described as a Keloid scar, left elbow crease.
Clothing and Accessories
White sweatshirt, red silk pajama pants, white socks, carrying a navy blue bathrobe.
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|January 08, 1994|
|Cape May County Prosecutor's Office Major Crimes Unit|
|4 Moore Road|
|Cape May Courthouse|
|January 08, 1994|
|Ocean City PD, NJ|
|609-465-1135 ext 3350|
|609-584-5051, ext. 5656|