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    CO - Bryan Ambrose, 23, Colorado Springs, 8 Sept 1982

    The Doe Network:
    Case File 3345DMCO

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/3345dmco.html

    Bryan D. Ambrose
    Missing since September 8, 1982 from Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado
    Classification: Missing



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    Vital Statistics

    Date of Birth: June 1, 1959
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 23 years old
    Distinguishing Characteristics: White male. Blond hair.


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    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Bryan Ambrose was last seen on September 8, 1982 leaving the Rainbow Motel, 3709 West Colorado Avenue, Colorado Springs, Colorado and was going to the Denver Metro area.
    On September 9, 1982, Ambrose’s Ford pickup truck was found in Pueblo, Colorado, without license plates. He was visiting Manitou Springs from Oklahoma in search of a job. Soon after arriving, Ambrose had called his wife and said he had three job prospects and missed his family and wanted them to join him. He was never heard from again.
    He left behind a wife and a 3-year-old daughter.
    An acquaintance who supposedly had found Ambrose one of his job prospects later told police the two went drinking in Denver, Ambrose got arrested and couldn't post bond, and he never saw him again. But there was no record of such an arrest.
    When Ambrose's wife of five years didn't hear from him, she came to look for him. She reported him missing September 15, 1982.



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    Investigators
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    El Paso County Sheriff's Office
    719-520-7225
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    Agency Case Number: 82-3202

    Source Information:
    El Paso County Sheriff's Office
    The Gazette

    https://www.colorado.gov/apps/coldca...l.html?id=1162
    Snipped from above link:
    Bryan Dale Ambrose
    Bryan D. Ambrose, a 23 year old, was last seen on September 8, 1982, leaving the Rainbow Motel, 3709 West Colorado Avenue, Colorado Springs, Colorado, en route to the Denver Metro area. On September 9, 1982, Mr. Ambrose's Ford pick-up truck was found in Pueblo, Colorado. Investigators learned Mr. Ambrose may have met up with a Carlos Anthony Torres aka: "CAT." Torres had a tattoo of a black cat on his left shoulder. Mr. Ambrose has never been located
    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...ose_bryan.html
    More details.

    Bryan is *not* listed in NamUs at this time.

    http://findarticles.com/p/articles/m...5/ai_n9992514/
    Gazette, The (Colorado Springs), Jul 15, 2001 by Anslee Willett

    Snipped:
    One such case is on Schaller's desk right now, collected in a 3- inch binder. Cops call it a "cold" case. In fact, it's been almost 19 years since Bryan Ambrose disappeared while visiting Manitou Springs from Oklahoma in search of a job. When the toothy 23-year-old with a mop of blond hair disappeared, he left behind a wife and a 3-year- old daughter, who now has her own child.

    Soon after arriving here, Ambrose had called his wife and said he had three job prospects and missed his family and wanted it to join him. He was never heard from again.

    "He just simply vanished," Schaller said.

    An acquaintance who supposedly had found Ambrose one of his job prospects later told police the two went drinking in Denver, Ambrose got arrested and couldn't post bond, and he never saw him again. But there was no record of such an arrest, and Ambrose's truck later turned up in Pueblo without license plates.

    When Ambrose's wife of five years didn't hear from him, she came to look for him. She reported him missing Sept. 15, 1982.

    Police never could crack the case, and a body never was found.

    Ambrose's wife and daughter simply had to live with the ache of the unknown.
    More at link above, interview with Bryan's family.

    Bryan has been missing almost 28 years. Prayers for his Wife, Daughter and Grandaughter who was born since he has been missing.

    Come home soon.
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    Bumping case up. It has been over 30 years since Bryan Ambrose went missing.

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    For some reason, this UID discovered in 1997 in Ft. Collins, CO sticks out at me. Similar mention of a slight gap in the front teeth and lots of hair. Also, an Oklahoma connection with both.

    Is it possible he dropped off the radar for many years before turning up dead? If this was Bryan, he would have been 38/9 years old at the time of death. The UID is listed under 40, max 30.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moslym3 View Post
    For some reason, this UID discovered in 1997 in Ft. Collins, CO sticks out at me. Similar mention of a slight gap in the front teeth and lots of hair. Also, an Oklahoma connection with both.

    Is it possible he dropped off the radar for many years before turning up dead? If this was Bryan, he would have been 38/9 years old at the time of death. The UID is listed under 40, max 30.
    Bryan wouldn't have willingly left his child, I can't imagine he would have just dropped out of site for 15 years with no contact.

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    Is Carlos Anthony Torres missing also? If not, was Carlos ever asked about where Bryan was going and his mood/state of mind [etc] when they parted ways?

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