Tyler Jennings Inman

Left: Tyler circa, 1982

Right: Age Progressed to age 34

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: December 21, 1982

Missing From: Aberdeen, Grays Harbor County, Washington

Classification: Non-Family Abduction

Date Of Birth: May 27, 1979

Age: 3 years old

Height and Weight: 2’8″ and 32 pounds

Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian Male, Blonde hair, Blue eyes, Tyler had warts on his right foot when he vanished, he has a deformity on his left ear known as “cauliflower ear”, he also has extra skin on his right ear

Clothing/Jewelry Description: A short sleeved shirt and a pair of blue jeans

NCMEC Number: 601773

Details of Disappearance

Tyler Inman was last seen In Aberdeen, Washington on the night of December 21st 1982. He was last seen at his apartment in the 1300 block of east Madison Street. He and his sister were under the care of his mother’s boyfriend, Jeff Green, while their mother, Sherrie Inman, was out playing bingo.

Jeff left the apartment for 20 minutes to go pull a boat out of the Wishkah River nearby. Apparently, Tyler ran out of the apartment during this time and has never been seen since. He wasn’t reported missing until his mother arrived home at 10:20 pm.

During the time that Tyler left, a severe storm was taking place in the area. The storm blew winds of about 70 miles per hour and 2 people were killed as a result of the brutality of the storm. Authorities believed at the time that Tyler wandered into the river and drowned to death.

Some agencies state that Inman was last seen in his bedroom during the storm. It’s also been stated that authorities believe unknown individuals broke into the Inman home and abducted Tyler. This has not been confirmed and Tyler has not been located.

Tyler’s case remains unsolved. It’s is currently classified as a non family abduction.

Investigating Agency

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Aberdeen Police Department 360-533-3180

Source Information

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

The Charley Project

The Doe Network