Find Missing Tammy Mohoney! (Part One)

Find Missing Tammy Mahoney!

Find missing Tammy Mohoney!
She was hitchhiking
And she planned to go out of town.
Did she get a ride with unidentified men?
Authorities believe so.
What happened to this missing older teen girl?
Where is Tammy Mahoney?

Find Missing Tammy Mohoney!

Find Missing Tammy Mohoney!

Missing Person: Tammy Mahoney
Missing Since
Missing From
Oneida, New York
Endangered Missing
Date of Birth
08/29/1961 (57 years old current age)
Age when last seen
19 years old
Height and Weight
5’3, 130 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description
A dark-colored v-neck sweater or sweatshirt with white embroidery at the neck and wrists; blue jeans or bib overalls with a 29-inch waist; a dark-colored or denim jacket; a size 36D bra; and possibly size 6 clogs, sandals or white low-top sneakers; a size 5 – 6 silver ring with a green stone; a small cross necklace with turquoise stones; and a very thin dime-sized metal medallion depicting a guardian angel and a bridge with two children crossing.
Distinguishing Characteristics
Caucasian female. Brown hair, green eyes. Mahoney’s ears are pierced. She has freckles. Her nails are short and she may bite them. Mahoney fractured her lower leg as a child.

Find Missing Tammy Mohoney!

Tammy Mahoney resided with her boyfriend. Their residence was located in the 100 block of Lenox Avenue in Oneida, New York. Mahoney had studied husbandry. She was a student at the State University of New York (SUNY)’s Morrisville campus during the 1979-1980 school year. She stated she wanted to become a veterinarian, but she did not return to school for the second year.

Mahoney was last seen hitchhiking near the Glenwood Shopping Center. She was seen on Route 46 in Oneida at 7:45 A.M. on May 8, 1981. She planned to travel to Hamilton, New York during the evening. Authorities believe that a group of unidentified young adult males gave Mahoney a ride to the Oneida Indian Nation Territory. It occupies 32 acres of land along Route 46.

Mahoney’s boyfriend reported her as a missing person on May 11, 1981. He made this report three days after her disappearance. She has gone missing before. But she always returned within a short time; prior to May 1981. The longest period she had ever been gone was eighteen days.

Mahoney had been employed as a groom at Vernon Downs. But she quit her job a week before she went missing. She did not tell anyone of this. And she left her apartment every morning as if she were going to work.

Mahoney had applied for another job in the newsroom at the Oneida Daily Dispatch. She stated on the application that she had left her previous job because it was too far away from her home. She often hitchhiked to work when she could not find friends to give her a ride.

Mahoney and her boyfriend were planning to move out of their apartment in May 1981. And she left behind all her belongings packed for the move, including her toothbrush.

Her family lived on Long Island, New York at the time of her disappearance. They stated she was close to them and kept in regular contact, and they did not believe she would have left without warning.

The rest of the the story of Tammy Mahoney is continued on the next page. You can read it here.

Find Missing Tammy Mohoney!

Tammy Mahoney has been missing for almost four decades. She has missed over 20 of her birthdays and over 20 Christmases. And she has missed many other holidays and other special occasions. Mahoney was last seen trying to get a ride. Apparently, she got a ride with the wrong person (s). What happened to Mahoney after she tried to hitch a ride? Who was the driver (s)?

Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Tammy Mahoney? Do you have any information concerning the person (s) who may be involved in her disappearance?

Find Missing Tammy Mahoney!
Contact Information

If you have any information, please contact the Oneida Police Department (New York) 1-315-363-9111. You may contact the Madison County Sheriff’s Department (New York): 1-315-366-2289. You can contact the FBI tip line: 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324). You can leave an online tip at: this webpage. OR You can contact your local FBI office. You can also contact FBI International Offices. You may call 9-1-1 or your local police.

NamUs Case Number: MP7601
Agency Case Number: 81-1985
NCIC Number: M-118604726

JUSTICE FOR TAMMY MAHONEY is a Facebook page set up for her. Use Facebook? Feel free to “like” this page.
This is a video appeal for Tammy Mahoney. Click here to watch.
This is a THE PHILOSOPY OF CRIME profile of Tammy Mahoney. Click here to learn more.
This is a 2019 article about Tammy Mahoney. Click here to learn more.
This is a 2019 article about Tammy Mahoney. Click here to learn more.
This is a CRIMEWATCHERS.NET page for Tammy Mahoney. It has many photos of searches for the missing older teen girl. Click here to learn more.
This is a COLD CASE SPOTLIGHT page for Tammy Mahoney. Click here to learn more.
Tammy Mahoney has a Doe Network profile. Click here to learn more.
Tammy Mahoney has a NamUs profile. Click here to view it.
This is a timeline of Tammy Mahoney’s disappearance and the investigation into it. Click here to learn more.
Tammy Mahoney has an FBI poster. The above image is courtesy of this profile. Click here to learn more.
The above information is found on Tammy Mahoney’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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