Allan Whyte and Maureen Braddy were briefly acquainted as colleagues and were at the YMCA dance on the night of November 23. After the party, Allan told family he was walking Maureen home. Both vanished that night and have not been heard from since.
Money in their bank accounts and Allan’s car were left untouched.
Coroner has since ruled foul play was likely involved in the disappearance contrary to initial suspicions it was a case of runaways. We go into greater depth into the story in our article: “True Crime: Whyte and Braddy“.
- Date of Birth: Aug. 24, 1962
- Age at Disappearance: 16
- Ethnicity: Caucasian
- Nationality: Australian
- Gender at Birth: Female
- Hair: Black
- Eye Color: Blue
- Height: 5’4″ (162cm)
Distinguishing Marks or Factors
- May have been pregnant
- Suspected victim of parental abuse
- Red Woolen Dress
- Drawstring Clutch Purse
If You or Anyone You Know Has Information About The Disappearances, Please Contact the Victoria Police Crime Investigation Unit (Bendigo Station) at (+61) 5448 – 1370
CrimeStoppers (+61) 1800-333-000 or online
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