TX TX - Jane McDonald-Crone, 34, Houston, 14 Nov 1993

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  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Former Member

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    Jane McDonald-Crone left her home near Magnolia, Texas for her job at a tool company in Houston, Texas the morning of November 12, 1993. She did not return to her home or to her workplace after leaving work that evening. Crone is believed to be a victim of a possible kidnapping.

    Crone's 1982 blue Ford Mustang, Texas license number FXY-01G was found November 16, 1993, in southwest Montgomery County, Texas, a few miles from her home. Her purse and identification were not found in the car and there were no signs of violence.

    Crone was seen dancing with a man at a night club in north Harris County, Texas, at about 1 a.m. on November 14, 1993. She was last seen wearing dark jeans, a light colored blouse with long sleeves, and white sneakers.

    http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/kidnap/jane-mcdonald-crone/view

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    Doe Network - http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1017dftx.html

    Charley Project - http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/m/mcdonald-crone_jane.html
     
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  3. amber1

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    She had to have been kidnapped, most likely by someone in that club. Any updates?
     
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    NamUs: https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/2929/10/

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    Jane McDonald-Crone left her home near Magnolia, Texas for her job at Baker-Hughes tool company in Houston, Texas the morning of November 12, 1993.

    On November 12, 1993, Crone reportedly visited the City Limits Club, Willie's Night Life Club, and Twigs Club in northwest Harris County.

    On November 15, 1993, Crone's husband reported her as a Missing Person. Crone's 1982 blue Ford Mustang, with Texas license number FXY-01G was found November 16, 1993, in southwest Montgomery County, Texas, a few miles from her home. A work crew in the area reported seeing the car at this location on November 13, 1993, at about 7:00.

    Her purse and identification were not found in the car and there were no signs of violence, although the textbooks she used at her community college classes were there.
    Crone was attending North Harris County College, in Tomball, Texas at the time of her disappearance.

    Foul play is suspected.
     
  7. dotr

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    Usually, missing people are described as simply missing, what is it about this case in particular, that causes FBI to suspect that Jane was kidnapped? imo
     
  8. sevengirl

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    Bumping for Jane....what could have possibly happened to her??
     
  9. jodierenee

    jodierenee websleuth addict

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    Not much new in this article from today-

    http://www.chron.com/news/houston-t...in-1993-Now-the-FBI-is-making-an-11061240.php

    Jane McDonald-Crone didn't show up for work at a Houston tool company the morning of Nov. 12, 1993.
    No one had heard from her nor seen her. She wasn't at home in Magnolia, nor in class at North Harris Community College in Tomball. Her husband reported her missing.
    The mystery deepened when McDonald-Crone, then 34, was spotted two days later at a nightclub in Harris County dancing with a man.
     
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    neesaki Well-Known Member

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    I was just on the FBI site and read about her, wondering the same thing, why do they seem so sure she was kidnapped.
     

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