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Jennifer Reidy, 15: Vanished From Northern California In 1993

Jennifer Reidy, 15: Vanished From Northern California In 1993

Jennifer Reidy

For decades, no one has known what happened to Jennifer Reidy. Often, when teens vanish, investigators first assess if they have run away or possibly left home temporarily without telling their parents. It is something that even concerned loved ones face today as the authorities regularly dismiss missing person cases because they’ve determined that a child has left of their own free will. Revisit Monica Bennett‘s case for more on how the system can fail our youth.

It is unclear what happened to Jennifer, but the 15-year-old hasn’t been seen or heard from since July 6, 1993. Finding updates about this matter is impossible, as there are only brief mentions across databases, void of any substance that could possibly help with public visibility of this case.

Additionally, although Jennifer Reidy was a young teen, there hasn’t been information shared about her parents/guardians, home life, friends, or school activities. It has only been reported that Jennifer was last seen in Redding, California, and may have traveled to the San Fransisco area (almost 200 miles away). The latter’s police department is handling this case.

A digitalized age progression photo from the National Center of Exploited and Missing Children shows what Jennifer may look like as an adult.

At the time of her disappearance, Jennifer Reidy stood 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighed 98 pounds. She had brown hair and brown eyes. Any distinguishing features are unknown, as are what she may have been wearing when she disappeared. Jennifer would be 44 years old at the time of this publication.

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Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the San Francisco Police Department at (415) 553-0123. The agency case number is 160052256.

Please share this story about Jennifer Reidy to help reignite interest in her missing person case. She is our sister and her life matters. 

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