Friday, April 21, 2017

Amy Sue Pagnac: Missing Since August 5, 1989

 Amy's Story: Amy was last seen by her father when they stopped at a Holiday Inn gasoline station in Osseo, MN at 4:30 P.M. They lived in Maple Grove, MN but were visiting a family farm. He father briefly went inside to use the restroom and when he came back, she vanished from the parked vehicle. It was initially thought at first that she was a runaway, but the theory has been dismissed.
Amy's thought to have had a seizure while her father was gone. It is thought that she may have been disoriented and walked away afterwards, but it is not probable. There was a possible sighting of her in July 2002 in Bay City, MI. However, the lead was a dead end. Her family has kept the same number in case she attempts to call them. Her case remains cold and unsolved. To report tips, go to www.missingkids.com. You may also call the Maple Grove Police Dept. at 612-494-6114.

Notes: Amy suffers from occasional seizures for unknown reasons. She has occasional bouts of anger. It is mandatory that she takes her allergy medication. Amy is a caucasian female with brown hair and blue eyes. She has scars on her left cheek and also the side of her nose and left eyelid. She has a circular scar on her left knee. He ears are pierced and she has a petite stature. Amy's clothing consisted of sweatpants, a light colored shirt and tennis shoes.
Source: www.charleyproject.org

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: 

On August 5, 1989 13 year old Amy Pagnac was last seen by her non-biological father when they stopped at a Holiday gasoline station in Osseo, MN at 4:30 P.M. They lived in Maple Grove, MN but were visiting a family farm up north, and were on their way home. Her stepfather briefly went inside to use the restroom and when he came back, she vanished from the parked vehicle. It was initially thought at first that she was a runaway, but the theory has been dismissed. Amy is thought to have had a seizure while her father was gone. It is also thought that she may have been disoriented and walked away afterwards, but it is not probable. There was a possible sighting of her in July 2002 in Bay City, MI. However, the lead was a dead end. The family of Amy believes that she was abducted. There were multiple sightings of her in Minneapolis, MN following the days after her disappearance in August. The sightings also continue to show up in neighboring states. Her family has kept the same number in case she attempts to call them.

The good thing is, her case is not closed. The Maple Grove Police have even created a room in their department that is all about her case and are far from giving up. They say they get 6-12 tips concerning Amy's disappearance on the anniversary every year. They are also interested in speaking more to the person(s) who called concerning sightings of Amy is Minneapolis, MN.

Amy would now be 33 years old. She was last seen as being 5'0" and weighing 100 lbs. She had occasional seizures for reasons unknown and also bouts of anger. She has allergy medication that is mandatory for her to take, making her disappearance more concerning. Amy had long brown hair and blue eyes. She has scars on her left cheek and also the side of her nose and left eyelid. A circular scar is located on her left knee. Amy's ears are pierced and she has a petite stature. The clothing she was last seen in consisted of sweatpants, a light colored shirt and tennis shoes.

VITAL STATISTICS:
Date Of Birth: June 15, 1976
Age at Time of Disappearance: 13 years old
Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'0; 100 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Light brown hair (Shoulder length at the time of disappearance); blue eyes. She has a petite build.
Marks, Scars: Pagnac has pierced ears. She has scars on her left cheek, left eyelid and on the side of her nose. Pagnac also has a circular-shaped scar on her left knee.
Clothing: Amy was last seen wearing tennis shoes, sweat pants, and a light colored shirt.
Medical Conditions: Pagnac suffers from seizures due to unknown causes. She also takes medication for allergies.
Dentals: Available
DNA: Available







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