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Wendy, circa 1975; Age progression forensics photo to age 60 (circa 2019)

Missing Since 05/17/1975

Missing From Media, Pennsylvania

Classification Non-Family Abduction

Sex Female

Race White

Date of Birth Used 05/26/1959 (61)

Age 15 years old

Height and Weight 4'10, 90 pounds

Medical Conditions Wendy is deaf in her right ear.

Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Brown hair, brown eyes. Wendy occasionally wears gold-rimmed eyeglasses. Her ears are pierced. She may or may not have worn orthodontic braces at time of her 1975 disappearance. Her nickname is Whizzie.

Details of Disappearance
Wendy's family left their residence to play golf at a local country club on May 17, 1975. She stayed behind at their house on Moccasin Trail in Media, Pennsylvania and was sunbathing at the time. Wendy spoke to a friend later in the afternoon and said she planned to walk to a store to purchase a gift for her brother.

Wendy was last seen walking three blocks from her family's residence at approximately 3:05 p.m. at the intersection of Indian Lane and Media Station Road. She was headed towards downtown Media at the time she vanished.

She has never been seen again. Bloodhounds were able to track her scent to the intersection where she disappeared, but there was no trace of her elsewhere.

Wendy's family told authorities that she was very interested in religion and planned to attend a singing group rehearsal at their church on the night she vanished. Her relatives stated that Wendy would not have missed the rehearsal.

She was a tenth-grader at Penncrest High School at the time of her disappearance and was a good student. She enjoyed scouting, camping and church activities and was considered musically talented; she played the piano and the guitar. Her case remains unsolved.
Investigating Agency / Department

Pennsylvania State Police 215-459-4150

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