Sharon Kim Redmon
Missing since February 22, 1993 from Unionville, Orange County, Virginia.
Classification: Endangered Missing
Circumstances of Disappearance
Sharon and her husband, Andrew Redmon, were last seen in their hometown of Unionville, Virginia on February 22, 1993. Their son was staying with Andrew's parents on the day the couple disappeared. Andrew's mother told authorities that he arrived at their home with some of their child's belongings and mentioned that he and Sharon were considering traveling to Florida in the near future. Investigators also determined that Andrew asked an acquaintance for money on the day he and Sharon disappeared. The couple's vehicle, a blue 1986 Oldsmobile Calais with Virginia license plates HIQ-285, has never been recovered. Andrew was employed as a truck driver with Panel Construction in Fredericksburg, Virginia at the time of his disappearance.
Andrew's family contacted authorities after they were unable to locate the couple by early March 1993, approximately one week after they were last seen. Law enforcement officers searched the Redmond's' residence and discovered shell casings from a small caliber handgun, as well as a broken table and other evidence of a struggle. DNA testing proved that blood stains located on the carpet were from Andrew. Investigators believe that someone else was inside the house on the day Andrew and Sharon vanished.
There has not been any activity on either of the Redmond's' bank accounts since the day they vanished in 1993. Investigators found inconsistencies in statements from witnesses questioned at the time of the couple's disappearance and also stated that there is a possible suspect in the case.
Investigators Orange County Sheriff
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Major D.D. Brooks
Orange County Sheriff
Agency Case Number: 93-06-0063
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