The two images on the right are age-progressed to 39 and 44 years old.
Name: Kimberly Ann Moreau
Case Classification: Endangered Missing
Missing Since: May 11, 1986
Location Last Seen: Jay, Franklin County, Maine
Date of Birth: January 21, 1969
Age: 17 years old
Weight: 135 lbs.
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Blue
Distinguishing Marks/Features: Surgical scar on back; 4 piercings in left ear, 3 piercings in right ear; healed fractures of arm and ankle
Fingerprints: Not Available
Clothing: White blouse, blue jeans, and white high-top sneakers
Jewelry: Men's class ring engraved "Mike 87" and "Mike Staples"
Additional Personal Items: Unknown
Kimberly was last seen around 11PM on May 11th. She had argued with her boyfriend and canceled plans to attend the Jay High School junior prom with him. Instead, she went out with a girlfriend, Rhonda Breton, and two older male acquaintances. One of them was driving a white, late-model Pontiac Trans-Am. When questioned, Ms. Breton and one of the older men, Brian Enman, said that they dropped Ms. Moreau at the bottom of Jewell Street around 3:45AM; she insisted on walking the rest of the way to her house.
In 2015, new evidence arose allowing authorities to obtain a search warrant to search land adjacent to property owned by Brian Enman. The police also conducted a search in Jay that was not announced to the public. Authorities would not say what they were looking for nor what they discovered during any of the searches.
Mr. Enman has denied any involvement in Ms. Moreau's disappearance. Kimberly was declared legally dead in 1993.
Agency Name: Maine State Police
Agency Contact Person: Detective Lawrence Rose
Agency Phone Number: 207-743-8282
Agency E-Mail: N/A
Agency Case Number: 3862F6
NCIC Case Number: M214758543
NCMEC Case Number: 603370
NamUs Case Number: 3976
Maine State Police
CentralMaine.com (Kennebec Journal/ Morning Sentinel)
Added: 1/12/2012; Last Updated: 2/18/2017
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** Listed information is from the time of disappearance.