NY NY - Robert Mayer, 46, Dix Hills, 14 Jun 2013 - # 3

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  1. CatFancier

    CatFancier Former Member

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    Robert Mayer

    45
    White Male
    6' to 6'1"
    200 lbs.
    Hair - Brown
    Eyes - Green
    Currently unshaven

    Nickname - Rob

    Left hand, middle finger was slightly chopped off tip – has nail, but middle finger is shorter -
    Clothing - Probably wearing blue or gray collared polo with J.C.Electrical logo,
    jeans, Black work boots, possible baseball cap, ray ban sunglasses

    No ID, no Wallet

    Robert Mayer went to work June 14, 2013. He was seen at work with his car. He was last seen at a scrap metal yard around 2:15. His car – a 2004 red Pontiac GTO- was located the next day, Saturday, June 15 at 8:30 p.m. at the Deer Park Train Station, a few miles from the house. Roberts family states that he never takes the train as he drives to and from work. His car was found abandoned at Deer Park train station His family says that Robert has never stayed away from home.Robert does not have identification on him, as his wallet was found at home. He has not been seen or heard from. His case remains unsolved.

    If any information Please contact

    Suffolk County Police Department
    631-697-6186

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  3. CatFancier

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    Please continue here and remember the rules. You can find them right here: The Rules - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community AND don't overlook these!!!!

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  4. hot cawfee

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    I wondered about that-- about what was investigated by LE and where LE looked and did not look. I think RM was seen leaving the scrap yard and I guess LE considers that a non-avenue to pursue.
     
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    Thanks Catfancier----love the new pic!!!!
    Holy Cow-- Thread 3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  6. BunnyHop

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    Bringing this forward:

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by BunnyHop View Post
    Mill Pond Park is a bit more SW. Merrick Rd.
    let's see if this works:

    https://maps.google.com/maps/myplace...z=240&t=m&z=16
    If the ramp was closed, seems to me location was close to Sunrise Highway or Lakeview Rd..


    When I zoom in, it seems very dense. I don't see any trails.

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    WANTAGH (WABC) -- Police on Long Island are conducting a murder investigation after the gruesome discovery of a man's body.

    Nassau County police say they got a 911 call around 4 p.m. Sunday for a body slumped over a log in the Mill Pond Park Preserve in Wantagh.

    Investigators and K-9 units searched a wooded area through the night for evidence.

    It is not clear how the man died.

    The body was transported to the medical examiner for autopsy.

    http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/story?se...and&id=9195335
     
  7. ElizaAvalon

    ElizaAvalon FBI Agent in the next life

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    From the News12 video it looks like the body was found in the woods off a little trail that can be seen from the Sunrise Hwy (Rt 27) to the Wantagh Pkwy entrance ramp.

    You can see the little trail on google maps street view.
     
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    ElizaAvalon FBI Agent in the next life

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    Feeling a little sick to my stomach.

    Wishing and waiting patiently for IM to post that it's not him on the FB page...
     
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    reposting google link:



    http://goo.gl/maps/fh2vv
     
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    OK thinking logically like Herminone Grainger (but with more questions-lol)---if the possibility was strong that its RM/ could strongly be a possibility--would any info beyond "a body was found..." have been released??????
     
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    Small path along ramp. Looks very dense.
     
  12. ElizaAvalon

    ElizaAvalon FBI Agent in the next life

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    We don't know the condition of the body. Visual identification may not be possible.

    Until they identify the body and notify the next of kin, LE isn't going to release jack.

    So we wait.
     
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    Awful news for the loved ones of whomever this is. Praying it's not RM.

    I think somewhere on here, or maybe the open FB page, someone quoted IM as saying, "Come home. I/We'll keep you safe." Could they have been getting threats? Were some very bad people pissed off? I'm thinking they were. Extortion is a real possibility, and maybe where the scrap money was going. He left money in the garage, which would be one way to allow someone to come pick it up unobserved. Easy to explain ("The guy who stops by is my co-worker").

    If you cause people problems or grief, some people come looking to collect. God, I really hope it's not him.
     
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    Slightly OT and an observation-----Long Island has alot of places to hide a body.
     
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    ElizaAvalon FBI Agent in the next life

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    I almost don't want to mention this because it is most likely not related in any way but the Wantagh train station is literally a block away.

    Getting there from Deer Park via train is a challenge requiring going west to Jamaica station and then going east. Which is why I am completely discounting it.

    But there it is, nonetheless.
     
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    Possible Periwinkl----"extortion" could explain why so many people seem to be absent from helping find RM--MOO
     
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    Well now wait a minute----was there any track repair being done at that time?? Trains rerouted, shuttle buses from one station to another?????
     
  18. ElizaAvalon

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    I don't get the relevance but I don't know re track work.
     
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    Eliza-- I was thinking that it may have been easier for RM to travel by train with all the re-routing OR that b/c of rerouting an dshuttles, RM wound up somewhere different than planned.
     
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    Eileen-- not sure about that
     
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    Did he usually pull his car into the garage when he returned home? I would think he'd rather not leave it outside if he had a choice.

    The GTO was found at his "old" RR station, in the area he normally parked when he was taking the train. Seems like he, or someone who knew him, must have put it there.
     
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