Serial 448

0 272210Z NOV 78
FM MILWAUKEE (89-120) P
TO DIRECTOR (89-4286) PRIORITY
SAN FRANCISCO (89-250) PRIORITY
BT
UNCLAS
RYMUR

On Nov. 24, 1978, Mrs. [deleted name and address], Manitowoc, Wisconsin, advised of the possibility that one of the unidentified individuals who committed suicide in Guyana may have been her missing daughter. She identified her missing daughter as [deleted name] a white female, DOB [deleted]. This daughter has been missing for eight years and was last known to be in the Florida area. Her daughter ran away with a [deleted] who work at Summerfest in Milwaukee at the time. There was no further description available on [deleted name]. Mrs. [deleted name] advised that her daughter’s fingerprints are on file at Washington, D.C., as she was once employed by the U.S. Post Office.

The above being furnished for informational purposes and

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attempt to identify unknown individuals who were involved in the Guyana incident.

Milwaukee investigation continuing.

Armed and dangerous; suicidal tendencies.

Originally posted on March 24th, 2019.

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