BY DARK SLEUTH
Jennifer Lynn Fay was 16 years-old when she went missing on November 14, 1989
from Brockton, Massachusetts.
Left Photo: Fay circa 1989.
Right Photo: Age progression of Fay at 37 years-old in 2009.
On the night she disappeared from Brockton, Massachusetts, 16 year-old Jennifer Lynn Fay was supposed to babysit her younger brother and sister. The vivacious teenager, described as a "social butterfly, [who] was always so happy" got a cousin to cover for her while she went out with friends.
It was the night of November 14, 1989. For nearly 27 years, Fay has remained missing. Her family and investigators believe there are people who know what happened. They hope someone has the courage to come forward and give her family the answers they deserve.
According to a Boston Globe article, she was "last seen standing at the window of a car that had stopped just up the street" from where she lived.
Her family and investigators believe she was abducted and may have known the person or persons who took her.
Although many have been interviewed regarding her disappearance, others have kept quiet. Her mother believes some of Fay's "closest friends are hiding the truth, fearing retribution for themselves or their families."
According to Charlie Project, Fay's circle of friends and acquaintances may have included individuals who were involved with drugs and other illegal activities.
One of the most recent tips, suggested that Fay died or was killed and buried on private property in Brockton. According to private investigator, Michelle Taylor Littlefield, Fay may have "never left her neighborhood that evening."
Despite continued efforts, there is still no resolution.
Her family established The Jennifer Lynn Fay Foundation for Missing Children as a non-profit organization that promotes awareness and raises reward funds for cold missing persons cases.
For the latest information on the case, please visit:
Jennifer Fay's Physical Traits:
Date of Birth: December 25, 1972
Weight: 90 lbs
Identifying traits: Scar over eyebrow
- A purple blouse
- A black silk jacket with "Iron Maiden" patch
- White sneakers
If you have any information on this case, please contact:
Brockton Police Dept: (508) 941-0200
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children:
1-800-THE-LOST or 1-800-843-5678
Private Investigators at the Jennifer Lynn Fay Foundation:
NamUs MP# 5313:
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, case # 762300:
The Doe Network, Case # 91DFMA:
Sources of Information:
The Charley Project, Jennifer Lynn Fay:
Boston Globe article, "Mother of teen who went missing 24 years ago calls for help," by Michele Morgan Bolton, November 14, 2013:
The Enterprise article, "After 25 years, search for Jennifer Fay continues," by Benjamin Paulin, November 17, 2014:
The Jennifer Lynn Fay Foundation for Missing Children:
NCMEC, Case # 762300, Jennifer Lynn Fay:
The Doe Network, Case # 91DFMA, Jennifer Lynn Fay:
NamUs MP# 5313, Jennifer Fay: