It has been almost 29 years, missing since
May 10, 1986
please help us find Kim's remains!
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Written by Chris Rose
If you live in or travel to Western Maine you can't help but notice the missing person posters of Kimberly Moreau on telephone poles and local businesses.
Investigators say a man named Brian Enman was the last person to see her when he dropped her off on Jewell Street in Jay in the early morning hours of May 11th, 1986. They say someone who is still in the area has information about her whereabouts.
"You know who you are and you know we have a good idea of who you are", said Maine State Police Lt. Brian McDonough.
Police won't comment on specific suspects, but they do say they have not ruled anyone out including the people who last saw her 25-years ago.
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Missing since: 05/10/1986
Details of Disappearance
Moreau did not bring her purse, makeup or any of her personal belongings with her when she departed her home. Her friend stated that she and the male dropped Moreau off at approximately 3:45 a.m. the following morning. The friend told authorities that Moreau requested they let her out of the car on Jewell Street, one-half mile from Moreau’s residence which was on the same street. Moreau allegedly claimed she wanted to be alone and walk the remaining distance to her house. She has never been seen again. Foul play is suspected in her case. The man Moreau was last seen with is considered a person of interest in Moreau’s disappearance, but has never been charged in connection with it.
Moreau enjoyed writing poetry and suntanning in 1986. Moreau’s father still lives at the home where she lived at the time of her disappearance; her mother died in 1988. Some agencies state that Moreau vanished from Livermore Falls, Maine. That city’s police force is investigating her disappearance. Moreau was declared legally dead in 1993. Her case remains unsolved.
An astounding 2,300 Americans are reported missing every day, including both adults and children.
According the FBI’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC)
It is estimated that in 2010 over 1,000,000 missing persons will be registered with law enforcement agencies. 814,957 were registered in 2007.