Jerry Wolking Sr.
Missing since October 21, 1990 from Moline, Rock Island County, Illinois.
Circumstances of Disappearance
Wolking was last seen in Illinois in 1990. His son says that he knew something was wrong a couple of days before his father's disappearance, when he was acting strangely at a family birthday party. He was pacing the floors and acted as if he was preoccupied. His son also said that he didn't want to stay to give his gift at the party.
Wolking was going through a divorce from his wife. He had a new girlfriend whose ex was having him followed. The private detective who was following Wolking came forward and admitted to following him.
The son found Wolking's vehicle at the long-term parking lot at the Quad City International Airport, with blood inside and out. The vehicle looked as if it had been ransacked. There were newspapers and other things strewn all over the car, and there was mud, packed into the trailer hitch, as if someone had backed into a ditch. There was no evidence Jerry left on a flight, and his vehicle wasn’t there the day before.
Despite the suspicions of the family, police have no suspects in the case.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Moline Police Department
NCIC Number: M-453684678
Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.
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