Kevin Jay Ayotte- Minnesota- 1982 Sept 12, 2019 1:49:35 GMT -5
Post by Scumhunter on Sept 12, 2019 1:49:35 GMT -5
(Above: Left: Kevin, circa 1982; Right: Age-progression to age 36 (circa 2015). Photo Credits: Charley Project and/or National Center for Missing & Exploited Children)
Missing Child or Adult Profile as of September 12th, 2019: (Based on Charley Project website profile)
Missing Since: 9/30/1982
Missing From: Sugarbush, Minnesota
Date of Birth: 5/12/1979
Age (at time of disappearance): 3 years old
Age (as of 9/12/2019): 40 years old
Height and Weight (at time of disappearance): 4'0, 50 pounds
A checkered shirt, blue jeans, lace-up sneakers and a disposable diaper.
Medical Conditions: Kevin is developmentally disabled and has a hearing impairment; as a result, he had limited speech skills at the time of his disappearance.
Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian male. Blond hair, blue eyes. Kevin has a scar on the right side of his chin. He also has a cleft chin.
TIPS: Anyone having information should contact 1-800-THE-LOST or the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office (Minnesota) - Missing Persons Unit
From The Charley Project:
Details of Disappearance
Kevin was last seen playing in the upstairs of his family's summer home in Sugarbush, Minnesota at 4:45 p.m. on September 30, 1982. His mother went outside briefly; when she returned, Kevin had vanished. His dog, a six-month-old Springer Spaniel puppy named Flash, disappeared also, but his older brother was still inside the house.
Kevin had wandered away from his home before, but he always returned after a short time. An extensive nine-day search turned up no sign of him, not even his shoes or his diaper, both of which he had a habit of discarding.
Flash, however, reappeared on October 5. In hopes of discovering clues as to Kevin's whereabouts, its coat was combed carefully and a veterinarian pumped its stomach; they found no evidence that Flash had eaten anything in days, other than swamp grass. Police put a tracking collar on the dog and let it go again, hoping it would lead them to Kevin, but it just kept returning home.
The countryside around Kevin's home is woodsy and boggy, and some people feel that the child became lost in the area and died of exposure. Due to the lack of evidence in his case, however, it is classified as a non-family abduction.
NCMEC link: api.missingkids.org/poster/NCMC/600172
Thoughts? I should note We did have a previous thread on Kevin's case but it was not properly formatted for the forum. The poster who posted I haven't seen on our site in a long time but just in case he ever comes across our site again, I wanted to let him know he didn't do anything wrong, I just reformatted the thread so it would be easier to read and he is more than welcome to come back and post cases again
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