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Missing Heather Nicole Kullorn
Heather, circa 1999; Age progression forensics photo at age 25 (circa 2012)
Missing Since 07/15/1999
Richmond Heights, Missouri
Classification Non-Family Abduction
Date of Birth Used 03/09/1987 (34)
Age 12 years old
Height and Weight 4'10, 87 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description Green plaid shorts and a dark blue cut-off t-shirt with an emblem.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Brown hair, hazel eyes. Heather has a birthmark on her inner right thigh. Her ears are pierced multiple times. Heather shaved her eyebrows prior to her July 1999 disappearance.
Details of Disappearance Heather was staying with friends of her family, Dana Madden and Christopher Herbert, and babysitting their two-month-old baby in July 1999. She had been staying in their residence for about a week by July 15.
She was at the apartment in the 1600 block of Yale Avenue in Richmond Heights, Missouri during the overnight hours of July 15. Madden was working the night shift and the Herbert was not at home at the time.
The baby was in the apartment alone and crying, and there was no sign of Heather, but a small amount of blood was found inside the residence. DNA testing linked the blood to Heather. She has never been heard from again.
Authorities announced they believed Heather was not a victim of random violence. They think the attacker(s) most likely knew her family or the friends she was staying with at the time. The investigation centered on a methamphetamine ring in Missouri. Evidence of a methamphetamine manufacturing lab was found in the Madden/Herbert apartment.
Investigators said Heather may have witnessed illegal drug activity in the apartment's garage and was abducted and presumably murdered as a result. They have a suspect in her case, but the individual hasn't been publicly identified.
Heather's mother, Christine Kullorn, had a verbal confrontation with Madden in April 2000, nine months after her daughter vanished. She was arrested after arguing with Madden during the latter's work shift at a local 7-11 convenience store in St. Louis.
Christine believes Madden and Herbert know more about her daughter's disappearance than they are telling. Herbert has given conflicting stories about his whereabouts at the time Heather disappeared; Madden was at work when she vanished.
Foul play is suspected in Heather's disappearance. She was a student at Blow Middle School in south St. Louis, Missouri at the time of her disappearance. Her case remains unsolved.
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