Audrey Herron: Disappears driving home from work in 2002

5/17/16 –

STATEMENT FROM STATE POLICE: 

State Police at Catskill conducted an extensive search for a piece of property located off of Cauterskill Road in the Town of Catskill as a result of some information in relation to the Audrey Herron Missing Person Case. The search of the area began last week and was narrowed down to a small pond and the area around it. The pond was drained and several areas were excavated with negative results. The State Police were assisted at the location by the Greene County Highway Department, The Leeds Fire Department and the Greene County District Attorney’s Office.

The case remains active and anyone with information is requested to contact the State Police Catskill at 518-622-8600.


5/14/16 –  The New York State Police are searching a property and a pond on Cauterskill Road in Catskill, reports NEWS10 ABC, but the search turned up empty.

The land formerly belonged to a person of interest who is already serving time for a sexual related crime.

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Audrey May Herron was last seen driving westbound on State Route 23 in the town of  Catskill, New York, at approximately 11 p.m., on August 29, 2002. She had just left her job as a nurse at a local health care facility and was driving a 1994, Black Jeep Grand Cherokee with New York license plates reading X233UV. Her home, only 12 miles away was her destination & she never arrived….Both Audrey & her vehicle are still missing.


Missing Since: 8/29/91
Missing from: Catskill, New York
Classification: Endangered Missing
Age at disappearance: 31
Height: 5’0″
Weight: 105 lbs.
Hair Color: Light Brown
Eye Color: Hazel
Race: White
Gender: Female
Distinguishing Characteristics: May wear eyeglasses with
brown wire frames. Scar on right thumb that also covers a
portion of her hand. Mole on inside right knee. Petite.
Smokes cigarettes.
Clothing: Dark green medical scrubs and a blue turtleneck,
white athletic shoes.
Jewelry: Yellow gold necklace with a pendant reading
“#1 Mom”, and a watch with a white leather band and a
white metal face.
Catskill, New York

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