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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Welcome to Websleuths.

    This case is now over 25 years old. Although there are few available clues, and it has been a long time, there is always a possibility that the crime will be solved.

    Recently a young man murdered 44 years ago in Pennsylvania was identified and will soon be going home to his family. Perhaps some of the same cold case investigators who identified him will be working on Alicia's disappearance.
    There is always a possibility and hope. From what I understand there is one person that is believed to know and they are not and more than likely will not ever speak. I have spoken to detectives on the case and was lead to believe this by them as well. I feel terrible for her mother she has been living the worst nightmare imaginable for over 25 years


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    Quote Originally Posted by sis0531 View Post
    There is always a possibility and hope. From what I understand there is one person that is believed to know and they are not and more than likely will not ever speak. I have spoken to detectives on the case and was lead to believe this by them as well. I feel terrible for her mother she has been living the worst nightmare imaginable for over 25 years
    Hi sis0531,

    I live about 30 minutes from where Alicia went missing, so her case has been one I have been following. Do you know what her father's motive would be if he was the one who was involved with her disappearance? I thought I read somewhere before that he was long suspected of her disappearance, but was never charged.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chaddylex View Post
    Hi sis0531,

    I live about 30 minutes from where Alicia went missing, so her case has been one I have been following. Do you know what her father's motive would be if he was the one who was involved with her disappearance? I thought I read somewhere before that he was long suspected of her disappearance, but was never charged.
    I've known her father my entire life and I don't think there was a clear motive I think it was just anger he's not exactly a mellow guy when he's upset.


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    http://tribune-democrat.com/local/x1...n-case-revived

    John, Alicia's father didn't even show up for this press conference, instead he had his current wife Debbie, who from what I know never even knew Alicia showed up and said that he had to work. If I were missing 24 years or my children were my father or my husband would be there no matter what. Even if they had to drive a couple of hours from a neighboring state. It's not like he would've gotten fired and if so and it wasn't him that did it that one person that may have information and finally be willing to give it after all of these years could've been listening. But, he figured work was too important. That's just my opinion on that though.


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    Sis,

    Any updates on Alicia's case?


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    Most probably is just someone trolling the comments, but take a look at the one of August 13th, 2013 at 04:34PM:

    YU Mad-bro August 13, 2013 at 04:34 PM
    "I left home at 15, and have not spoken to anyone in my family for 25 years. A couple of years ago I seen my picture in the missing database. I get a good laugh at it. I didn't ask anyone to look for me."

    http://triboro.patch.com/groups/poli...y-found-safely


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    Colleen Orsborn /Deborah Quimby/Alicia Markovich
    3 different females vanished and/or killed in 3 different states. The link, 3 anonymous letters mailed to police or to the victimís Family members, telling them to look near a body of water for the bodies. A further link, all 3 of these letters were mailed from the same 3 square mile in NH. Without a doubt, by the same person. Not to pat myself on the back, but I linked these 3 cases to those letters and contacted police in each case. They investigated, and think the letters were likely from a single hoaxer. I tend to agree.


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    The poster sis0531 quit posting for some reason. I wonder if she got scared since she knows Alicia's father and didn't want to cause any trouble?


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    The poster sis0531 quit posting for some reason. I wonder if she got scared since she knows Alicia's father and didn't want to cause any trouble?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Emorton View Post
    Most probably is just someone trolling the comments, but take a look at the one of August 13th, 2013 at 04:34PM:

    YU Mad-bro August 13, 2013 at 04:34 PM
    "I left home at 15, and have not spoken to anyone in my family for 25 years. A couple of years ago I seen my picture in the missing database. I get a good laugh at it. I didn't ask anyone to look for me."

    http://triboro.patch.com/groups/poli...y-found-safely
    Emorton, I saw that comment several months ago and it piqued my interest.

    It could be anyone, of course. Maybe someone whose disappearance was never reported on or searched for, other than the filing of a report-- we know how hard it used to be (and sometimes still is) to get LE to search for a teen runaway.

    I really don't like the poster's glib attitude, however. There are missing people out there being trafficked, held against their will, or dead and disposed of while their families hope to find their remains and give them a proper burial. These genuinely missing people who are in peril deserve LE's undivided attention. While I understand that a fifteen-year-old runaway does not usually have a mature enough perspective to understand that, as an adult the poster should have been mature enough to take the missing persons report very seriously and contact LE immediately to let them know she was alive and well, but did not wish to have contact with her family.

    Then again, could have just been a troll I guess.
    Just my opinion!


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    Was her father ever actively involved in searches or in continuous contact with LE over the years? Any effort in finding her? Sometimes what you don't do speaks volumes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    ALICIA MARKOVICH Missing: Apr 26, 1987 BLAIRSVILLE, PA

    ALICIA MARKOVICH
    DOB: Feb 20, 1972
    Missing: Apr 26, 1987
    Age at time: 15
    Age Now: 32
    Sex: Female
    Race: White
    Hair: Brown
    Eyes: Blue
    Height: 5'2" (157 cm)
    Weight: 120 lbs (54 kg)
    Missing From: BLAIRSVILLE, PA, United States
    Endangered Missing

    Alicia was last seen at her father's residence.

    Pennsylvania State Police - Missing Persons Unit - 1-724-357-1978

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    http://www.missingkids.com/missingki...archLang=en_US
    Bumping for Alicia today.


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