AR MORGAN CHAUNTEL NICK: Missing from Alma, AR - 9 June 1995 - Age 6

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1284DFAR - Morgan Chauntel Nick
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The two images on the right is age-progressed to 17 and 26 years.

Name: Morgan Chauntel Nick
Case Classification: Endangered Missing, Non-Family Abduction
Missing Since: June 9, 1995
Location Last Seen: Alma, Crawford County, Arkansas

Physical Description
Date of Birth: September 12, 1988
Age: 6 years old
Race: White
Gender: Female
Height: 4'0"
Weight: 55 lbs.
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Blue
Nickname/Alias: Unknown
Distinguishing Marks/Features: Protruding purple vein on the lower left side of her rib cage; 5 visible silver caps on her molars; crowded teeth.

Identifiers
Dentals: Available
Fingerprints: Not Available
DNA: Available

Clothing & Personal Items
Clothing: Green Girl Scout t-shirt, blue denim shorts, and white tennis shoes.
Jewelry: Unknown
Additional Personal Items: Unknown

Circumstances of Disappearance
At 10:45 PM on June 9, 1995 in Alma, Arkansas, six-year-old Morgan Nick was abducted from a little league ball game by an unidentified man. Witnesses observed a man watching Morgan as she was playing with other children at the park. The witnesses also saw a red Ford pickup with a white camper parked nearby that disappeared at the same time as Morgan.

The camper is possibly damaged at the right rear, and was described as 4 to 5 inches too short for the truck. The truck is described as having a short wheel base, paint dulled with age, and a possible Arkansas license plate.

The man was described as white, 6 feet tall, with a medium to solid build (approximately 180 lbs.), salt-and-pepper hair, a mustache, and a 1-inch beard. He is believed to have been 23-38 years old at the time of the abduction.

Investigating Agency(s)
Agency Name: Alam Police Department
Agency Contact Person: Chief Russell White
Agency Phone Number: 479-632-3333
Agency E-Mail: N/A
Agency Case Number: 950609-3

Agency Name: Federal Bureau of Investigation
Agency Contact Person: Special Agent Jimmie Caudle
Agency Phone Number: 479-452-5873
Agency E-Mail: N/A
Agency Case Number: N/A
Agency Name: Arkansas State Police
Agency Contact Person: Sgt. Kimberly Warren
Agency Phone Number: 479-783-5195
Agency E-Mail: N/A
Agency Case Number: N/A

NCIC Case Number: M-840041633
NCMEC Case Number: 805103
NamUs Case Number: 1490

Information Source(s)
NamUs
NCMEC
Morgan Nick Foundation

 
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Guess Who

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Wonder if it would be possible to run a VIN list/license plate/owners of all the red trucks with white campers in the U.S. at that time.? Yes, it would be a long list. They could start with Arkansas, TN, and other surrounding states, and then branch out to other states further away to make it more manageable.
Most DMVs don't keep track of truck shells. They aren't registered. Nor here, at least. Our state would have no clue as to the shell on our truck.
 

GrandmaBear

Deputized Emu Slayer/Horse Thief Hunter
Most DMVs don't keep track of truck shells. They aren't registered. Nor here, at least. Our state would have no clue as to the shell on our truck.
Here either. You can add a tool box, topper, etc. and it would not be in records identifying it or registered in any way.

They can maybe narrow down the year and model of truck itself by photos or enhancements and get records on the trucks that match but it would be a big job. It is a pretty "square" truck for the 90s.
 

Guess Who

Well-known member
Here either. You can add a tool box, topper, etc. and it would not be in records identifying it or registered in any way.

They can maybe narrow down the year and model of truck itself by photos or enhancements and get records on the trucks that match but it would be a big job. It is a pretty "square" truck for the 90s.
No registration or licensing here if it itself doesn't have wheels
 

GrandmaBear

Deputized Emu Slayer/Horse Thief Hunter
No registration or licensing here if it itself doesn't have wheels
Same. Even with a camper trailer with wheels pulled behind, there would be nothing showing which truck is pulling it and when.

I do think though this looks like an older truck and camper for the year she went missing that hopefully is unique enough because older that someone might recognize. And perhaps VINs on such age of trucks at least in that state or the surrounding ones might yield something, it's a good idea.
 

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