Marty McMillan missing from Washington DC FOUND


Missing Person Washington DC Marty McMillian

UPDATE 1/10/17 – The body of Marty McMillan has been located. On October 30, 2017, the United States Park Police found human remains along Suitland Parkway in Prince George’s County.  The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner said the cause of death was multiple gunshot wounds and ruled that the death was a homicide.

Original Story

Marty McMillan is missing from Washington DC.  He was last seen on the 2900 Block of M Street SE on Sunday April 23, 2017.  He told his family he was going out with a woman he met on the dating website Plenty of Fish.

Investigators told McMillan’s family the last phone call he made was to that woman. Police spoke with her but she said she didn’t have her phone when he was talking with her and she never saw him, reports NBCWashington.

Mary is 5’8, 150lbs with brown eyes and shoulder length dreadlocks. Has was last seen wearing a t-shirt, jeans, and white Jordan sneakers. He is possibly driving a black, 4door, 2003 VW Passat, with an unknown Maryland temporary registration.

The car that Marty was driving was found abandoned. McMillan’s grandmother found it on Foote Street NE.

Henderson Long has been posting videos showing Mary’s missing poster on Facebook.  You may have seen one.  They state: “We are Live in the 5900 blk of Foote Street NE Washington DC canvassing the neighborhood seeking the public’ help to locate missing person Marty Mcmillan last seen April 22nd 2017 in the 2900 block of M st SE.. his family is asking anyone who knows anything as to how his car arrived in the 5900 blk of Foote street ne Washington DC to contact MPD at 202-727-9099 or text anonymously to 50411 or the non law enforcement number 301 801-8822.  Standby Marty’s grandmother will address the community in 5min. If you have any information please contact 202-727-9090.”
You can help the family to keep searching by donating:  Go Fund Me


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