The Doe Network:
Case File 2650DFMO

123AP
Middle: Age-progressed to 19 years; Right: Age-progressed to 25 years

Heather Nicole Kullorn
Missing since July 15, 1999 from St. Louis, Missouri
Classification: Lost, Injured, Missing


Vital Statistics


Circumstances of Disappearance
Heather Kullorn was last seen while babysitting a 2 month old infant, at a friend's apartment in Richmond Heights, during the evening of July 15, 1999. Heather lived with her mother and brother on Vermont Avenue in St. Louis. She just completed sixth grade at Blow Middle School in St. Louis.

She was babysitting while the father was out and the mother was working a night shift when the father returned home he discovered Heather missing. There were no signs of forced entry, and the baby was still inside, crying but unharmed. Significant traces of blood Heather's was found on the couch in the apartment. A white comforter with a floral print is missing from the apartment where Heather was babysitting.
The father claimed to have been out with friends all night but later he confessed that he had been manufacturing methamphetamine with a friend down by the river. His vehicle was impounded and searched by the FBI, no evidence connected them to Heather's disappearance.

About 02.00 a.m., a neighbor out with his dog saw a man carrying a child wrapped in a blanket. He told police the child was barefoot and seemed to be sleeping.
A massive search for Heather was launched. A neighbor reported his tow chains were missing from his car that night. Thinking it's possible someone used the chains to weigh down Heather's body and throw her in the Mississippi River. Parts of that river were dragged looking for her body.


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

Richmond Heights Police Department
314-645-3000
Email

Agency Case Number: 99-013668

NCIC Number: M960007758
Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

Source Information:
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Polly Klaas Foundation
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
News Quake


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