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Missing David Clayton Warner
David, circa 1983; Age progression forensics photo to age 42 (circa 2013)
Missing Since 03/02/1983
Jefferson City, Tennessee
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 01/30/1971 (50)
Age 12 years old
Height and Weight 5'2 - 5'5, 110 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description A black and white Pittsburgh Steelers sweatshirt, blue jeans and sneakers.
Medical Conditions David suffers from epilepsy.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian male. Blond hair, brown eyes. David's nickname is Little David.
Details of Disappearance David was last seen in Jefferson City, Tennessee. That day after school he said he was going to go to a church function up the street from his home on Beeler Avenue. He did go to the church, but he didn't go inside and instead went to Druther's Restaurant.
David's family didn't realize he wasn't home until the next morning. His bed covers were arranged in a way to make it look like he was in bed asleep. At first they thought he'd spent the night at his friend's house, as he often did.
When his disappearance was reported to the police, investigators believed he might have run away, but his family never believed this. There was a tip that David was living in Florida with a cousin of his biological father, but this was discounted. David's father, who is now deceased, said he did not know his son's whereabouts.
According to his family, David was extremely friendly, even to strangers, and could have easily been lured into a stranger's car. Authorities believe he may have been abducted and murdered, but little evidence is available in his case.
David's mother was unmarried and only a teenager when he was born, so his grandmother legally adopted him and raised him. He was close to his mother throughout his whole life, however. He was a fourth-grade student at Jefferson City Elementary School in 1983, and although he wasn't a good student and had had to repeat the year, his loved ones described him as a bright, streetwise, pleasant boy. His case remains unsolved.
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