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Victoria Jane Owczynsky
Victoria Jane Owczynsky
Victoria Jane Owczynsky
Victoria Jane Owczynsky, age-progressed to 39 years
- Circa 1990-
Age-progressed to 39 years

MISSING since August 26, 1990 from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Police Case #90-250112 
NCIC Case #M-531282226 
NCMEC Case #NCMC1150452

Classification:
Endangered Missing
Hair Color:
Brown
Age Missing:
17
Eye Color:
Brown
Gender:
Female
Height:
5'0"
Race:
Caucasian
Weight:
110 lbs.
Date of Birth:
April 23, 1973
Alias/Nickname:
Vicky

Identifying Characteristics:
She has a mole on her left cheek.
Circumstances of Disappearance:
Unknown. Her photo is shown age-progressed to 39 years. She was last seen at her residence in the vicinity of the 1800 block of University Avenue NE in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she lived with a female friend. She had moved to the house, four blocks from her mother's residence, about a month earlier. She called her mother that morning and told her she'd see her around noon. That day she also had a three-way phone conversation with her boyfriend, who was in the Ramsey County jail, and a girlfriend, who she agreed to meet at the park at noon. She said she had just stepped out of the bath and needed to dress and fix her hair. While she was still talking to her girlfriend, Vicky abruptly began laughing. She explained that a man had just walked in with two black eyes and he looked funny. It was the father of the family she was living with, who had been ordered out of the house by Hennepin County two years earlier after being accused of sexually assaulting his daughters. Vicky then called her stepfather and asked for a ride to the park, but he said he was busy painting a neighbor's house. He heard her ask someone in the house for a ride. About 10:30 a.m., two neighbors saw Vicky leave in a pickup truck with the man who had appeared at the house during the phone conversation. About 20 minutes later, the man returned to the house, and began unloading scrap metal from the truck. Vicky never arrived at the park or her mother's house. Police spoke with the man who neighbors say Vicky left with and ordered a search of his truck and apartment in a building he manages. The man acknowledged that he had seen Vicky and that they had talked outside, but says she never was in his pickup. Foul play is suspected, and her case remains unsolved.
Investigating Agency/Contact:

Minneapolis Police Department: 1-612-673-2941
Or
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children: 1-800-843-5678

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