Jennifer Anne Douglas

Left and Center: Jennifer circa, 1984

Right: Age Progressed to age 44

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: July 16, 1984

Missing From: Denver, Denver County, Colorado

Classification: Non-Family Abduction

Date Of Birth: May 21, 1967

Age: 17 years old

Height and Weight: 5’0″ and 87 pounds

Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian Female, Blonde hair, Blue eyes, Jennifer wears contact lenses and may use the nickname “Jenny”

Clothing/Jewelry Description: A pair of blue/green khaki shorts, black Nike sneakers, and Jennifer was wearing a blue fanny pack when she disappeared

NCMEC Number: 601061

Details of Disappearance

Jennifer Anne Douglas was last seen in Denver, Colorado on July 16th 1984. She called her mother from their residence in the 2500 block of Albion Street in the Park Hill neighborhood. Jennifer said she was going for a bike ride.

The bicycle that Jennifer was riding was a brand new black boys’ Univega 12-speed model with the tag #12083. A witness reported that they saw Jennifer riding north on Monaco Parkway after she left her home.

Jennifer was due to go to a ballet class that started at 4:00 pm and ended at 9:00 pm but she emend showed up to the class. Jennifer also never returned home. Despite search efforts, Jennifer not her bike were ever found. She was a dedicated rider who would sometimes ride 60 miles at a time.

Jennifer was described as a straight A student at East High School and was looking forward to appearing in a ballet performance the following week after her disappearance. She had no problems at school or home. Her parents both stated she wouldn’t have runaway.

Jennifer’s disappearance remains unsolved. Her family as well as authorities and investigators believe that Jennifer was abducted by a non family member against her will that day. Foul play is suspected.

Investigating Agency

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

Denver Police Department 303-640-3875

Source Information

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

The Charley Project

The Doe Network