Missing in Kansas: Clarence Moore

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It’s been a mystery for more than 60 years.

Soldier Clarence Moore was stationed in Fort Riley, in north-central Kansas, but vanished sometime in 1956.

At 26 years old, he was with the 16th Infantry of the United States Army. His family lived in Barbour County, W.V. Reportedly, his wife got a note from authorities telling her that he was AWOL. It’s rumored that he was heading to Canada.

There has not been any activity on his Social Security Number since he went missing in 1956.

If alive, Clarence would be in his late 80’s.


Missing from: Fort Riley, Kan.

Missing since: 1956

Age then: 26

Age now: late 80’s

Height: 5’8’’

Hair: Brown

Eyes: Blue

If you have information that could help the case, contact the Federal Bureau of Investigation at (202) 324-3000.

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