The Doe Network:
Case File 148DMBC

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Left and Center: Dunahee, circa 1991; Right: Age-progressed image of Dunahee at age 17 (circa 2003); Last: Age-progressed image of Dunahee at age 26 (circa 2012)

Michael Wayne Dunahee
Missing since March 24, 1991 from Victoria, British Columbia Canada
Classification: Non-Family Abduction


Vital Statistics


Circumstances of Disappearance
Dunahee was last seen at approximately 12:00 PM on March 24, 1991. He was in a school playground in Victoria, British Columbia at the time. Dunahee's mother was playing ball in an adjoining field and his father was watching from a side field at the time.
No one saw Dunahee vanish. Foul play is suspected in this case. Extensive searches revealed little in the way of evidence as to Dunahee's whereabouts.

Since Michael's disappearance, there have been alleged sightings of him in the Southern New Jersey / Pennsylvania / Delaware tristate area.

Michael was reportedly seen in the company of a black male, described as 5-foot-10, about 160-180 pounds, with a pockmarked face.
The last possible sighting of Michael Dunahee occurred on Wednesday, June 19, when a black male fitting the above description allegedly attempted to abduct a 7-year-old girl in Berlin Borough, New Jersey.
She and a companion both described a little boy in the back seat of the man's car as resembling Michael Dunahee. However, authorities have not positively confirmed any of the sightings, either of Dunahee or his possible abductor.


Investigators
If you have any information concerning Dunahee's case, please contact:
Victoria Police Department
Detective Don Bland
250-995-7654
Email Form

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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police
877-318-3576

You may remain anonymous when submitting information to any agency.

Agency Case Number:
91-10349

NCMEC #:
RCMP9107542

NCIC Number:
M-486890823
Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

Source Information:
The National Center For Missing and Exploited Children
America's Most Wanted
Crimestoppers
CA DOJ
Michaels Website


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