Kimberly Christine Mileo
Missing since June 9, 1983 from Croom, Prince Georges County, Maryland.
Classification: Endangered Missing
Circumstances of Disappearance
At the time of her disappearance, Mileo lived with her father and her step mother in Kettering (Largo), Maryland.
Mileo disappeared on June 9th, 1983 after leaving her boyfriends house in Croom, Maryland at approximately 02.30.
Mileo had spent Wednesday, 8 June 1983 at the home of a girl friend. With them that day was Kim Mileo's boy friend, who lived with his parents only a mile up the road. The three of them spent part of the day sitting around the pool and later all three went for a drive in the rural setting of Croom, all arriving back at home later that afternoon. Croom is a small country village about 20 miles south of Washington DC.
Her friend stated that Mileo and her boyfriend argued periodically during the day, but the disagreements were not serious. Mileo and her boyfriend departed from her friend's residence at approximately 23.00 and headed to his parents' home on Mount Calvert Road.
Mileo's family became concerned when she did not return to their house in Kettering, Maryland the following morning. Her father phoned her boyfriend, who claimed that Mileo left his residence at approximately 02:30 on June 9. Her boyfriend's father supported his son's statement, saying that the broken muffler on Mileo's gray 1972 Chevrolet Vega with Maryland license tags ADG-075 woke him around that time.
Mileo's vehicle was discovered locked and abandoned in the 16300 block of Croom Road on June 11, approximately ten miles from her boyfriend's house. Her boyfriend's brother and his friend located the car. The vehicle was headed in the opposite direction from Mileo's family's residence.
Mileo's purse was inside and there were no apparent signs of a struggle or injury. The car was in a working condition.
Foul play is suspected.
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Prince Georges County Police Department
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