Left and Center: Melody circa, 1991
Right: Age Progressed to age 36
Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Missing Since: December 1, 1991
Missing From: Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland
Classification: Non-Family Abduction
Date Of Birth: October 1, 1979
Age: 12 years old
Height and Weight: 5’0″ and 100 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: African American Female, Brown hair, Brown eyes, Melody has a mole on her right cheek and her hair was shoulder length at the time of her 1991 disappearance
Clothing/Jewelry Description: Melody was wearing a borrowed coat which was described as a boys waist length sky blue coat with puffy sleeves, a blue sweatshirt, blue jeans, yellow socks, and possibly Reebok sneakers or white sneakers
NCMEC Number: 763048
Details of Disappearance
Melody was last seen in Baltimore, Maryland on December 1st 1991. She was last seen at an apartment in the 300 block of Fremont Avenue at approximately 7:00 pm. McKoy left her own jacket at her home and instead wore a boys jacket. The boy lived in the apartment at the time.
Melody also left her bicycle behind at a friends home. The bike had a flat tire at the time of its discovery. Her mom was initially unconcerned when she noticed her daughter wasn’t home. Melody normally went to stay with an aunt and her mother assumed she did this.
Melody was discovered missing the next day when she failed to show up for school. Investigators do not believe she left without warning. Her family stated this would be uncharacteristic of her to do. Investigators suspect that Melody was abducted by a non family member.
At the time of her disappearance, Melody was a 6th grade student at Harlem Park Elementary School and was a good student who made good grades and a good attendance record. She lived in the 300 block of North Mount Street when she disappeared.
Melodys disappearance remains unsolved and there’s been no sign of her since 1991.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Baltimore City Police Department 443-984-7395
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children