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Donald Lee Izzett, Jr.
Donald Lee Izzett, Jr.
Donald Lee Izzett, Jr.
Donald Lee Izzett, Jr.

MISSING since July 1995 from San Francisco, California / Cumberland, Maryland

Police Case #USMDa5207910

Endangered Missing
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165 lbs.
Date of Birth:
November 5, 1975

Identifying Characteristics:
Mole on his neck, scar on his abdomen.  He has had a tonsillectomy.  Tubes have been inserted into both of Izzett's ears.  He previously fractured his left foot; the injury had healed by the time of his disappearance.
Circumstances of Disappearance:
Unknown. Izzett was a student at Frostburg State University in Maryland in the spring of 1995.  He moved around in a rather transient lifestyle after leaving college, first relocating to the Baltimore area and then traveling to the Georgetown region afterwards.  He visited his mother in Cumberland, Maryland on May 7, 1995.  He phoned her for the final time on May 14.  Izzett said that he was in Santa Monica, California and wanted to return home.  He was crying and sounded hysterical during the call.  He told his mother he would call her back with information on where she should wire extra funds for him, and ended the conversation hurriedly.  Izzett never called back and his mother has never heard from him again.  The only piece of evidence from Izzett's travels during 1995 is a traffic citation he received in Buckeye, Arizona on May 22, 1995.  Izzett was ordered to appear for a court date in June, but he never arrived.  He was last heard from in San Francisco, California during July 1995.  Izzett's mother reported him as a missing person to Maryland authorities in July 1995.  He often associated with people in Key West, Florida and Washington, D.C.  There has been no activity on  Izzett's Social Security number or his accounts since July 1995.  Foul play is suspected, and his case remains unsolved.
Investigating Agency/Contact:

Maryland State Police: 1-410-290-0050, Extension 130
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children: 1-800-843-5678



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