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Missing Fay Rawley
Rawley, circa 1953; Green 1953 Cadillac similar to Rawley's
Missing Since 11/08/1953
Classification Endangered Missing
Age 56 years old
Height and Weight 5'8 - 5'10, 175 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description A brown tweed overcoat and a brown hat.
Medical Conditions Rawley is hearing-impaired and wears a hearing aid in his left ear.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian male. Graying brown hair, blue eyes. Rawley wears eyeglasses, but they were left behind. He also wears dentures. He walks with a slight stoop and swings his right hand while he walks.
According to the woman, Rawley left her apartment at 7:50 p.m., presumably to go to his own home in Summum, Illinois. He has never been heard from again. There were indications that a struggle had taken place at Rawley's house; a lamp was overturned. His eyeglasses were also left behind.
His new green four-door 1953 Cadillac is also missing; a photo of a similar vehicle is posted with this case summary. An employee at the Key Coal Co. strip mine, not far from Rawley's house, saw the car at the mine on the night Rawley disappeared, but couldn't identify the driver or the number of occupants. It wasn't uncharacteristic of Rawley to visit the mine at night to talk to the workers.
A wealthy former bank president, Rawley had a reputation as a free spender and a womanizer who often carried large sums of cash. By the time of his disappearance, he had been separated from his wife for about eight years. The day he disappeared was the day his divorce was finalized. His wife moved to Michigan after his disappearance.
In 1956, authorities excavated the Key Coal Co. strip mine looking for his body. They dug a 150-foot-wide crater, but found nothing of interest. A second search at the mine in 1962 was also unsuccessful.
Rawley's case remains unsolved.
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