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Case File 1006DFCA

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Selena Marie Edon
Missing since October 28, 1991 from San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.
Classification: Endangered Missing


Vital Statistics


Circumstances of Disappearance
Edon was last seen at a hospital in San Francisco, California on October 28, 1991.
After a brief stint in the Air Force, Selena became a journeyman construction worker in San Francisco. She joined the teamsters and bought herself a motorcycle.

On November 29, 1989, Selena Edon was driving home from the union hall in downtown San Francisco when she collided with a truck. She was admitted to the hospital as Jane Doe. Her I.D. papers had disappeared in the aftermath of the accident and seven days passed before her mother and brother were tracked down in San Diego. Selena was in a coma for six weeks and lost a significant amount of her memory. Selena’s left eye had been permanently damaged. She suffered painful headaches. Her left thigh was crushed and a severe head injury caused fluid to build up around her brain.

Two months after the accident, Selena moved to San Diego to live with her mother. She improved physically, but her mental recovery stalled, and Selena decided to return to San Francisco in May of 1990. Selena had been in the habit of calling her mother regularly. In October her mother last heard from her by phone. Selena appeared evasive, and told her mother not to worry if she didn't hear from her in a month or two. Selena’s family hired a private investigator to search for her. She was sighted in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District. The investigator followed up on all the leads, but never found her.


Investigators
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

San Francisco Police Department
415-553-0123

Agency Case Number: 921367343

NCIC Number: M-587930614
Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

Source Information:
California Department of Justice
Unsolved Mysteries


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