NY NY - Cynthia Constantine, 15, Oakdale, 11 July 1969

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  1. Murder Inc

    Murder Inc Active Member

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    No surprise the pigs are completely clueless and blame the girl's father! so incompetent and downright evil
     


  2. SAMS

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    Don’t know about all of this, but yes, even today it’s protocol to start with the family (inner circle) and work your way out. Back then it wasn’t as normal as it is today to have a child go missing so a lot of times they blamed the parent(s). Sadly, a perp got away bc the focus was on the dad. MOO EBM
     
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    Thank you!
     
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  4. Murder Inc

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    it's one thing to investigate inner circle but failing at your job and then accusing the father of a murdered girl in the paper because you have no evidence? not only is his daughter murdered but now everyone says he killed her because Detective Kleever is too stupid to find any leads? I'd start with cops if I was gonna look at this case
     
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  5. chapter2j

    chapter2j New Member

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    There is a great article in the Suffolk county news re: Cynthia from perhaps 1970- I might still have a copy of it or if I don’t I’ll look for it and post it here
     
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    I know a bit if it’s the same three girls..two girls were being raped by two boys when the older sister walked in and broke it up..it was never reported and it occurred in Bohemia.Both boys were high on drugs. Strong rumor...heard it from a friend of a friend....
     
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  7. Mysteries1974

    Mysteries1974 Martha Jean Lambert - Missing since 1985

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    Updated Charley case with Age Progressed image

    Cynthia Dawn Constantine
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    Cynthia, circa 1969; Age-progression to age 62 (circa 2016)

    • Missing Since07/11/1969
    • Missing FromOakdale, New York
    • ClassificationEndangered Missing
    • Date of Birth04/14/1954 (65)
    • Age15 years old
    • Height and Weight5'3, 117 pounds
    • Clothing/Jewelry DescriptionA white blouse, black Bermuda shorts, orange sneakers and possibly a yellow metal chain with a cross pendant.
    • Distinguishing CharacteristicsCaucasian female. Blonde hair, blue eyes. Cynthia has a mole on her throat and a discolored front tooth. She wears eyeglasses. She has previously fractured her lower right arm.
    Details of Disappearance
    Cynthia was last seen in Oakdale, New York on July 11, 1969. She went to take the dog for a walk along the railroad tracks of the Montauk branch train of the Long Island Railroad. The dog returned home without her just a few minutes later, with its collar and leash still on.

    Earlier on the day of her disappearance, Cynthia and her brother had gone into the woods and seen a muskrat den, and she said she wanted to go back and find the muskrat. Three young boys said they'd seen Cynthia going into the woods with her dog, and when her brother lead authorities to the muskrat hole, they found tracks consistent with Cynthia and the dog. The tracks were wiped out by rain before they could be closely examined or preserved, however.

    Cynthia has never been heard from again. She didn't take any belongings with her, and at the time of her disappearance her rabbit was about to give birth and she was looking forward to seeing the babies. Her family never believed she ran away; they thought she was abducted.

    The police considered Cynthia's father a possibly suspect in her disappearance. He had a bicycle shop on Montauk Highway in Oakdale, and laid a new cement floor in the basement around the time of Cynthia's disappearance.

    Several local people were suggested as potential suspects, but no one has been charged or named publicly. It's worth noting that she disappeared near the train station, and could have encountered numerous people there who weren't local to the area.

    Cynthia's parents are both dead, but her brother is still alive. Her case remains unsolved.
    Investigating Agency
    Source Information
    Updated 8 times since October 12, 2004. Last updated August 26, 2019; age-progression added.
     
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  8. Suglo

    Suglo Well-Known Member

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    Bump!
     
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    Wonder what the family dynamics were? Is brother still vocal about her disappearance? EBM MOO
     
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    Mysteries1974 Martha Jean Lambert - Missing since 1985

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    Yes he is, Bill continues to search for her
     
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  11. fred&edna

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    O/T Who is/was Dean Martin's niece? What happened to her? TIA!
     
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