Find Missing Arlene Day Abbas!

Missing Mom, Missing with Medical Needs, Cold Case

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Find Missing Arlene Day Abbas!

Find Missing Arlene Day Abbas!

Find missing Arlene Day Abbas!
She has been missing for 29 years.
She is the mother of three.
But she has been missing for so long that
Her children have become adults.

Find Missing Arlene Day Abbas!
Details

Find Missing Arlene Day Abbas! Arlene Day Abbas has been missing since January 6, 1989. She is missing from Brooklyn, New York. Arlene Day Abbas is classified as an endangered missing person. Her year of birth is 1952. At the time of her disappearance, Arlene was 36 years old. Her current age was 65 years old. Arlene Day Abbas is a Caucasian female. Her hair is blonde and his eyes are blue. Abbas is described as 5’0″ tall and approximately
160 pounds. Arlene wears possibly traditional Muslim clothing. It is unknown what Arlene was wearing when she was last seen. Abbas’s maiden name is Day. She suffers from schizophrenia.

Find Missing Arlene Day Abbas!
Circumstances

Arlene Day Abbas was hospitalized for schizophrenia in New York City in the fall of 1988. Then she was released to a halfway house in the borough of Brooklyn. She left the halfway house on January 6, 1989. And has never been heard from again. Her family believes she may be institutionalized or doesn’t know how to get in touch with her loved ones. Abbas was born in Indiana. As an adult, she moved to New Orleans, Louisiana with her husband and three young children. She converted to Islam during her marriage. She and her husband divorced in the mid-1980s and she moved to New York, leaving her children with him. Her case remains unsolved.

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Appeal

Arlene Day Abbas has been missing for over 29 years. It is odd that any mom would voluntarily leave her children with her ex-husband. But she had converted to Islam and that may have influenced her. Also, she had mental health issues at the time of her disappearance. Her three children are adults now. They no doubt are missing their mother and wonder where she is. Arlene’s case, unfortunately, has received very little attention. So it is only recently that I learned about her and her case. There are thousands of missing persons and many more cases are added every year. And so it is impossible to give every case deserved attention. But to every family that misses a loved one, their loved one is unique. Not just a case. Arlene’s family deserve answers about what happened to her.

Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Arlene Day Abbas? Do you have information concerning anyone who may involved in her disappearance? If you have any information, please contact the New York Police Department at: (646) 610-5030 or 9-1-1.

The above information can be found on Arlene Day Abbas’ Charley Project Page. I have adapted and remixed it. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial 4.0 International.

The above image is courtesy of Arlene Day Abbas’ NamUs Database.

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