The Doe Network:
Case File 154DMPA

1 Age-Progression
Left: Majewski in 1991; Right: Age-progressed image of Majewski at age 27 (circa 2010)

William Majewski
Missing since November 9, 1991 from McKees Rocks, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Classification: Non-Family Abduction

Vital Statistics

  • Date Of Birth: April 25, 1983
  • Age at Time of Disappearance: 8 years old
  • Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 4'1; 50 pounds
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: White male. Sandy hair; blue eyes.
  • Clothing: A gray hooded sweatshirt, gray pants and black tennis shoes.
  • Dentals: Gaps between his teeth.

Circumstances of Disappearance
The last confirmed sightings of William was about 16.00 on November 9 when he was seen near his McKeen Rocks home walking with his fishing gear toward either Chartiers Creek or the Ohio river. Police got a late start looking for Majewski because he wasn't reported missing for several hours.

The fishing gear was found along the creek, behind an Eat 'n Park restaurant, about a hundred yards from a homeless persons' camp. It was undisturbed and there was no evidence of a struggle or violence.
Divers and dogs searched the creek and surrounding area extensively. Although the search dogs reacted to a few scents, no other clues were found. Witnesses saw Majewski in the McKees Rocks Plaza. One person saw him talking to a scruffy man in a store. Another said an unkempt man pulled him into a burnt-orange Nova. The man and the car were never found. The possibility that he drowned or died in an accident is slim, because no body was found.

If you have any information concerning Majewski's whereabouts, please contact:
McKees Rocks Police Department
Missing Persons Unit

You may remain anonymous when submitting information to any agency.

NCMEC #: NCMC761273

NCIC Number: M-527776696
Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

Source Information:
The National Center For Missing and Exploited Children
Pages Of Hope: William Majewski

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