Find Missing Celina Janette Mays! (Part Two)

Find Missing Celina Janette Mays!

Find Missing Celina Janette Mays!
At the time she was not yet a teenager.
Yet she was carrying a baby.
She was due to deliver within the month.
It has now been 22 years.
Yet to this day the man who fathered her baby
Remains as yet unidentified.
Who did this to her and her baby?
What happened to Celina and her child?

Find Missing Celina Janette Mays!
Details

Find Missing Celina Janette Mays!

Missing Person: Celina Janette Mays
Missing Since
12/16/1996
Missing From
Willingboro, New Jersey
Classification
Endangered Missing
Date of Birth
05/28/1984 (35 years old current age)
Age when last seen
12 years old
Height and Weight
5’0, 120 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description
Possibly a long red coat.
Medical Conditions
Celina was nine months pregnant at the time of her 1996 disappearance. Her baby was due around December 29 of that year.
Distinguishing Characteristics
Biracial (African-American/Caucasian) female. Black hair, brown eyes. Celina’s eyebrows grow together. Some agencies state that she is Hispanic. Her hair was very long and wavy at the time of her disappearance. Some agencies spell Celina’s middle name “Janet.”

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Circumstances

Part Two is continued from Part One. You can read it here.

It was several times after the disappearance of Celina Janette Mays. Authorities interviewed the unidentified individual was interviewed several times by authorities after she disappeared. But he denied any knowledge of Celina’s whereabouts. The individual has fathered seven children by four different women, and is now an adult and married to the mother of four of his children.

Celina’s aunt believes that the father of her baby was an individual she met. She may have met them while roller skating in Camden County, New Jersey.

Celina’s mother, Lynn Marie Vitale, died of a brain aneurysm in 1994. This was two years before Celina disappeared. Vitale and C.J. never married. They allegedly had a tumultuous relationship with some incidences of domestic violence. C.J. was a musician at the time he met Vitale. He admits that he had a drug and alcohol problem.

Vitale had been an exotic dancer. She was addicted to drugs, but overcome her addiction before her death and got a job as a school custodian in Palmyra, New Jersey. Several of Vitale’s family members fought a bitter custody battle over Celina with C.J. after Vitale’s death. She lived with some of Vitale’s friends before moving with her father.

Both sides of the family have accused the other of hiding Celina. Several of Celina’s maternal relatives believe foul play was involved in her case. No evidence has been produced to support any of the theories.

Celina saw her obstetrician two days before her disappearance. The person told officials that she never identified her baby’s father. The obstetrician described Celina as an emotionally mature girl. She reportedly told her doctor that her boyfriend was 16 years old in 1996 and was not a member of her church.

There have been numerous unconfirmed sightings of Celina in the years since her disappearance. In the weeks immediately after her disappearance, she was supposedly seen. This was in Lacey Township and Hopewell Township in New Jersey. But these have not been confirmed.

A business owner in Midland, Texas reported that one of his employees matched her description in 2000. Authorities determined that the young woman was not Celina shortly afterwards.

One of C.J.’s friends claimed to have seen her near Lions Mountain, New York later in 2000. But the incident was not confirmed. Investigators said that a woman who resembled Celina was captured on a security camera videotape near a Wawa store in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey in December 2002. That sighting is being reviewed.

Celina has family members on her mother’s side living in Michigan and Florida. Her mother left her a large life insurance policy, which she is now eligible to collect since she has turned eighteen. Investigators are calling Celina’s case a missing persons case, not a homicide, and it remains unsolved.

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Appeal

Celina Janette Mays has been missing for 22 years. After two decades, no one knows who fathered her baby. And someone is being lost in all this discussion. A baby was involved in all this, who did not ask to be conceived. Police are still calling Celina a simple missing person. They have no evidence of foul play. Someone has been evading justice for over two decades, while Celina and her baby have been deprived of their lives. Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Celina Jannette Mays? Do you have any information concerning the person (s) who may be involved in her disappearance?

If you have any information, please contact the Willingboro Police Department (New Jersey): 1-609-877-2253 or 1-609-877-3001. You may contact the Burlington County Bridge Commission Police Department (New Jersey):
1-609-685-4391. You may contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children: 1-800-843-5678. You may call 9-1-1 or your local police.

NCMEC Case Number: 827787
NamUs Case Number: MP6370
Agency Case Number: 963520625 (Willingboro Police Department)
Agency Case Number: (Unknown (Burlington County Bridge Commission Police Department)
NCIC Case Number: M-986381735

Celina Janette Mays has a GINA Center for Missing Persons poster. The above image is courtesy of this profile. Click here to view it.
This is a video appeal for Celina Mays. Click here to view it.
This is a TAPATALK.COM page for Celina Mays. Click here to learn more.
This is a 2017 article about Celina Mays. Click here to learn more.
This article was written when Celina Mays reached her 21st annual missing date. Click here to learn more.
This is a limited information page for Celina Mays. Click here to view it.
This is a two to three page WEBSLEUTHS page for Celina Mays. Click here to learn more.
This is a fairly detailed CRAFTON MEGAN profile for Celina Mays. Click here to learn more.
This is an article and video appeal for Celina Mays. Click here to learn more.
This is a CRIMEWATCHERS.NET page for Celina Mays. Click here to learn more.
Celina Janette May has a NamUs profile. Click here to view it.
The above information is found on Celina Jannette Mays’s Charley Project page.I have adapted and remixed it. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial 4.0 International License.

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