FL ELIZABETH A. KENYON: Missing from Miami, FL - 5 March 1984 - Age 23


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Case File 1215DFFL

Elizabeth A. Kenyon
Missing since March 5, 1984 from Miami, Florida.
Classification: Involuntary

Vital Statistics
Date Of Birth: January 11, 1961
Age at Time of Disappearance: 23 years old
Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'7"; 130 lbs.
Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Brown hair; hazel eyes.

Circumstances of Disappearance
Elizabeth Kenyon vanished in Miami on March 5, 1984. She was a special education teacher and part-time model.

On March 4, Kenyon left her apartment in Coral Gables to visit her parents in Pompano Beach. Kenyon stayed with her parents until 21:00 that evening, and then got into her car to return home. Her roommate recalls that she arrived around 22.00 and went to bed.

Kenyon went to work the next day and spoke to the school's police officer and security patrol, in the parking lot. He watched her get into her car and drive away.
On Tuesday, she did not show up for work, so the officer called her roommate and learned that Kenyon had not come home the night before. Nor had she called to tell anyone where she was. Her parents then filed a missing persons report with the police. Kenyon's car was later found at Miami International Airport.

Serial-killer Christopher Wilder was the authorities' prime suspect in her disappearance. Kenyon had previously dated Wilder and they had known each other for a couple of years. Witnesses saw Wilder with Kenyon on the day of her disappearance.

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Miami-Dade County Police Department

Agency Case Number:

NCIC Number: M-117714933
Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

Source Information:
Florida Department of Law Enforcement
The Crime Library
Unsolved in the News
NAMUS https://www.namus.gov/MissingPersons/Case#/21368/details?nav

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