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Heidi Marie Allen
Heidi Marie Allen
Heidi Marie Allen
Heidi Marie Allen
Heidi Marie Allen, age-progressed to 35 years
- Circa 1994 -
Age-progressed to 35 years

MISSING since April 3, 1994 from New Haven, New York

Police Case #DS0000648
NCIC Case #M-723932874
NCMEC Case #NCMA1157260

Classification:
Endangered Missing
Hair Color:
Light Brown/Blonde
Age Missing:
18
Eye Color:
Blue/Hazel
Gender:
Female
Height:
5'11"
Race:
Caucasian
Weight:
145 lbs.
Date of Birth:
September 14, 1975

Identifying Characteristics:
Her hair is long and curly. Heidi has a birth mark (unknown location) and a 1" scar on her right knee.
Clothing/Jewelry:
Heidi may have been wearing an 18" gold chain necklace with a heart and diamond charm at the time she disappeared. She wears glasses with Renaissance metal frames. She was last seen wearing white sneakers (size 9 or 10), light-colored blue jeans and a light gray sweatshirt with plaid S.U. letters.
Circumstances of Disappearance:
Unknown.  Allen's photo above is shown age-progressed to 35 years. On Easter Sunday, April 3, 1994, Heidi was working alone as a cashier at the D&W Convenience Store at the intersection of State Routes 104 and 104B in New Haven, New York. She opened the store at about 5:45 a.m. and managed the store for approximately two hours, with nothing out of the ordinary occurring.  About 7:50 a.m. a Sheriff’s patrol unit was flagged down by a citizen who reported that the convenience store was open, but no one was tending the business. Allen had apparently vanished from the store. Allen's keys were still on the store counter and her maroon station wagon was parked outside when police arrived. An investigation revealed that Allen was most likely taken against her will from the store. In May, 1994, Richard Thibodeau was arrested and charged with kidnapping, first degree in connection with her case. In August of that same year, Gary Thibodeau, Richard’s brother, was also arrested and faced the same charge. In June, 1995, Gary was convicted of kidnapping, first degree. He was sentenced to 25 years to life in the New York State correctional system. Richard was found not guilty in September, 1995. Allen's whereabouts remain unknown, and her case remains unsolved.
Investigating Agency/Contact:

Oswego County Sheriff’s Department: 1-315-349-3302
Or
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children:  1-800-843-5678

Sources
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