CA CA - Mary Elizabeth Lozano, 4, Venice, 13 Feb 1969

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  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Former Member

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    Mary Elizabeth Lozano

    Non-Family Abduction from Venice, California since February 13, 1969

    Age: 4 -- Height: 3'0" -- Weight: 40 lbs -- Hair Color: Brown -- Eye Color: Brown

    Mary has scars on her feet from surgery to remove extra toes.


    Mary was last seen in her bedroom in Venice, California at 9:30 pm on February 13, 1969. A neighbor reported seeing a man standing in front of the sliding glass door of Mary's home at 3:00 am, which leads police to believe she was abducted. There was no ransom note, no suspects were ever identified, and despite an extensive search, Mary was never found.


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    [h=1]Mary Elizabeth Lozano[/h]
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    Mary, circa 1969; Age-progression to age 48 (circa 2012)



    • Missing Since 02/13/1969
    • Missing From Venice, California
    • Classification Non-Family Abduction
    • Date of Birth 12/06/1964 (53)
    • Age 4 years old
    • Height and Weight 3'0, 40 pounds
    • Clothing/Jewelry Description A yellow pullover shirt and blue capri pants.
    • Distinguishing Characteristics Hispanic female. Brown hair, brown eyes. Mary has scars on her feet from surgery to remove extra toes.


    [h=3]Details of Disappearance[/h] Mary was last seen in her bedroom in Venice, California at 9:30 p.m. on February 13, 1969. She has never been heard from again.

    During the early hours of the morning, her parents and her disabled aunt were awakened by her cries for help, but they assumed she must be talking in her sleep and didn't investigate. Her three brothers, who shared her bedroom, slept through the night without being disturbed.

    A neighbor arriving home at 3:00 a.m. saw a man standing in front of the unlocked sliding glass door of Mary's home. The man ran away and the neighbor assumed he'd left the area, and went to bed.

    The police believe Mary was abducted by the person the neighbor saw. There was no ransom note, no suspects were ever identified, and in spite of an extensive search the child has never been found. Her case remains unsolved.

    http://charleyproject.org/case/mary-elizabeth-lozano

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/3404dfca.html

    https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/12844/
     

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