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Case File 106DFNY

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Tiahease Tiawanna Jackson
Missing since August 14, 1983 from Staten Island, New York
Classification: Non-Family Abduction


Vital Statistics

  • Date Of Birth: October 5, 1972
  • Age at Time of Disappearance: 11 years old
  • Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 4'8; 90 pounds
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Black female. Black hair; brown eyes.
  • Medical Conditions: Jackson is diabetic and has high blood pressure. She also has Bright's Disease, a kidney disorder which requires medication and treatment.
  • Marks, Scars: Burn scar on left arm
  • Clothing: Dark blue ski jacket with white trim, a white sweater, blue jeans, blue plastic mesh shoes and two purple combs in her hair. She had a yellow metal necklace with butterfly and a silver bangle bracelet on her left wrist.
  • Other: DNA available.


Circumstances of Disappearance
Jackson was last seen leaving the "Mariner's Harbor Motel" on Staten Island, New York on August 14, 1983. Her mother sent her to purchase chicken on Forest Avenue. She never returned.

Three days after her disappearance investigators questioned Andre Rand. But they were unable to bring charges due to lack of witnesses and evidence. At the time of Tiahease's disappearance, Rand was known to have a campsite in Baron Hirsch Cemetery, Graniteville, which is less than half a mile from the Conca D'Oro. Tiahease's mother also told investigators a man fitting Rand's description often hung out in a van in a parking lot near the motel.


Investigators
If you have any information concerning Jackson's case, please contact:
New York City Police Department
Missing Persons Squad
1-212-694-7781
OR
Crimestoppers
1-800-577-TIPS

Agency Case Number: HNMP00347

NCMEC #: NCMC701777

NCIC Number: M-106129091
Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

Source Information:
The National Center For Missing and Exploited Children
New York Post On-Line
New York City Police Department
Real Times News 8/17/08


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