Find Missing Jane McDonald-Crone!

Missing Woman, Abduction, Cold Case

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Find Missing Jane McDonald Crone!

Find Missing Jane McDonald Crone!

Find Missing Jane McDonald-Crone!
She has been missing for about 24 years.
In all these years there have been
No arrests.
No suspects.
No sightings.
No tips or leads.
And no sign of this missing woman.

Find Missing Jane McDonald-Crone!

Find missing Jane McDonald-Crone! She has been missing since November 14, 1993. She is missing in Conroe, Texas. McDonald-Crone was born in the year 1958. At the time of her disappearance, Jane was 34 years old. Her current age is is 58 years old. Jane McDonald-Crone is a Caucasian female. She is described as 5’11” tall and 140 pounds. Her hair is described as dark brown and and her eyes are green. When last seen, Jane was wearing dark jeans, and a light-colored blouse with long sleeves. She was wearing white sneakers.

Find Missing Jane McDonald-Crone!

It was November 12, 1993 in Magnolia, Texas. Jane McDonald-Crone left her home near this city. She was on her way to her job at Baker-Hughes tool company in Houston, Texas, in the morning. Reportedly, she had visited the City Limits Club. She also visited Willie’s Night Life Club, and Twigs Club. They were located in northwest Harris County. At the time of her disappearance, McDonald-Crone was attending North Harris County College.

Reportedly, Jane McDonald-Crone was seen dancing with a man at a night club. It was located in north Harris County, Texas. She was last seen at about 1 a.m. on November 14, 1993.

Find Missing Jane McDonald-Crone!

After she left home to go to work, Jane McDonald-Crone apparently made it there. But after she left work that evening, she didn’t return to her home or to her workplace. It is believe that she was abducted. Jane’s vehicle was found on November 16, 1993. It is described as a 1982 blue Ford Mustang with Texas license plates #: FXY-01G. The vehicle was found a few miles from her home. Jane’s purse and identification weren’t found in the car. And there were no signs of violence.

On November 15, 1993, Jane McDonald-Crone’s husband reported her as a missing person.

Find Missing Jane McDonald-Crone!

Jane McDonald-Crone has been missing for about 24 years. Family members may have died not knowing what happened to her. Jane has at least two family members who maintain a active Facebook profile pages. From a post about Jane and her husband, it seems that he also passed away not knowing what happened to his wife. Will McDonald-Crone’s sister have to die not knowing what has happened to her missing sister? And what about her other family members? They also deserve answers. If she is being held against her will it is time to let her go.

Do you have even a piece of information as to the whereabouts of Jane McDonald-Crone? About the person (s) responsible for her disappearance? It may help investigators solve the disappearance of Jane McDonald-Crone. Your information can help bring this woman home!

You can contact the FBI tip line at: 1-800-CALL-FBI (225-5324)

You can submit a tip to the FBI online. Click here to do so.

You can locate and contact your local FBI office. Click here to locate your local FBI office.

The above photo and additional information are courtesy of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

This information can be found in Jane’s NamUs Database.

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I'm a Christian, meaning that I have a relationship with God, through trust in HIs Son Jesus. I'm a pro-life blogger, and I have three websites, focused on the sanctity of life. The first one is, which is specific to calling for an end to abortion through educating people about alternatives and pro-life news and opinions. The second site,, is also devoted to ending abortion through reaching out to moms in crisis and educating them on alternatives. This second site has the broader aim of celebrating the sanctity of all human life. Born and unborn. I want to reach a broad audience through the second site. The third site,, is devoting to finding missing persons, identifying the unidentified, and bringing justice to victims of crime.

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