1985 AMERO, Kimberley A-9/3/1985

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1985 AMERO, Kimberley A-9/3/1985

Cheryl
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29 Jun 2006, 17:54 #1

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KIMBERLEY ANN AMERO


Case Type: Endangered Runaway
DOB: 5-Sep-69
Missing Date: 3-Sep-85
Sex: Female
Age Now: 36
Height: 5'4" (163 cm)
Missing City: SAINT JOHN
Weight: 115 lbs (52 kg)
Missing State : NEW BRUNSWICK
Hair Color: Blonde
Missing Country: Canada
Eye Color: Blue

Case Number: RCMP0400101

Circumstances: Kimberley ran away from home and has not been seen since. Kimberley's photograph has been age-progressed to 35 years of age. Kimberely has dark blonde hair and may wear glasses. Kimberley may use the alias surnames: CORMIER, SMALL, or FOSTER.
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21 Oct 2008, 08:18 #2

Kimberley Ann Amero age progressed to 35 years:
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25 Oct 2008, 01:25 #3

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15 Jan 2010, 21:26 #5

Kimberley Ann Amero ~ Sept.05,1969 - Sept.? 1985

DOB: 5-Sep-1969
Missing: 3-Sep-1985
Age at disappearance 15

Height: 5'4" (163 cm)
Weight: 115 lbs (52 kg)
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Blue
Kimberely has dark blonde hair and may wear glasses.

She disappeared in 1985 while on a trip to the Atlantic National Exhibition in Saint John, NB


RCMP apathy forces family to dig up possible burial site
This is a story about the lack of effort or interest into Kimberley's case.

This is a story that cries out to be told and gotten out.

Back in 1985,15 year old Kimberley Ann Amero was officially classified as a Runaway.

On Oct. 14th of this year, the family of Kimberley Ann Amero received a anonymous letter and cassette,from a man, detailing the disappearance, containment and subsequent murder of Kimberley, along with sites and locations of her captivity and burial location.

All of that information was given to the Saint John city police and the RCMP.

As far as verifying the locations, names, dates and times, this was done by the family, the RCMP did not even have time to listen to the audio cassette , and even asked Ed Amero, Kimberley's brother, if he could listen to the cassette again and tell them how far in, the person starts giving directions as to where his sister may be buried.

RCMP called in a person from UNB in Fredericton to scan the area and found two areas of interest . Ed was notified of those results on Nov.20. On Nov.23, he was told that digging would start on Thursday, Nov.26th. On that day, the 26th, the family arrived at the site to find no RCMP members there. Travelling to the RCMP detachment in Hampton they were informed that the information given to them on Monday by the detachment acting supervisor was false,the only day that the constable handling Kim's case would be available to investigate further,to dig those 2 areas of interest, was December 4 or 5 maybe provided nothing delayed these dates.( like possible heavy frost!) Officers planned to dig with shovels.

This would put the beginning of the dig into the end of the first week of December barring any delays. So far nothing has been done when they have said it would be. Everything ,so far, has been delayed bringing in the possibility of frost postponing the beginning of the dig until spring thus giving the RCMP a chance to anticipate the need for a bigger operating budget next year.

After considering the handling of Kimberley's case they feel the need to get the answer of whether she may be buried here or not . They feel they have done all of the required investigation of the information received so far and have no choice but to take the grim task of digging the area of Kimberley's supposed burial site.

Ed Amero has meticulously documented the dates and times and lack of effort and loss of evidence along with lack of investigation of these tips given to the police.

This was the third time this person has come forward with this information but it was never followed up until the family received it. It was first given to the Saint John city police in 1996 and filed away with no follow up of any kind, in fact, their only effort was to have the letter typed out and in doing so the secretary that typed it threw the original and the envelope that it came in in the garbage, so the family only has the type written copy. The typed written letter was filed away in Kims missing person's file with no further actions taken, not even a follow up call to the RCMP to see if they received this info also, just filed away!

All of the places , dates , names in the letter and cassette are corroborated exactly as the person has said. The only thing they have not confirmed is where exactly she is buried.

Hopefully, what has previously been unknown for over 24 years, will soon be know and Kimberley can finally be brought home.
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12 Jul 2010, 15:51 #6

http://telegraphjournal.canadaeast.com/front/article/1063353

25 years later, fate of sister remains unclear
Published Saturday May 22nd, 2010

Tammy Raynes clearly remembers the last few hours she spent with her sister. They were at the annual Atlantic National Exhibition in Saint John.
Kâté Braydon/Telegraph-Journal

Ed Amero, his sister Tammy Raynes, and Amero’s son, Michael, 4, are shown, above, in Saint John. Amero and Raynes, along with friends, intend to hold a march on candlelight vigil in uptown Saint John on Sunday in memory of Ed and Tammy’s sister, Kimberly Ann Amero, who vanished from Exhibition Park on Sept. 3, 1985. Police and Kimberly’s siblings have investigated the girl’s disappearance periodically for 25 years as new evidence arises, but have not uncovered any indications of her fate. At left, photos show Kimberly Amero at the time of her disappearance, far left, and as she might look today. Tammy, 14, was on court-ordered restriction, so she had to leave Exhibition Park a few hours earlier than her sibling, who was nearly two years older.

Together, they walked to a bus stop and then they parted. Her sister said she was going to stay to watch the fireworks. That was nearly 25 years ago, and Kimberly Ann Amero hasn't been seen since.

"I was the last one who saw her," Raynes says as she sits at a table in Saint John, across from her older brother Ed and sister-in-law, Denise Amero.

Her baby face awash in freckles, Kimberly Ann disappeared on Sept. 3, 1985, two days before her 16th birthday.

At this point, she is presumed dead. What happened to her is a mystery that neither the police nor her family has been able to solve.

"We were best friends," Raynes says. "If she was going to run away, she wouldn't have kept it a secret from me.

"And the way Kim's personality was, if a stranger had grabbed her and tried to pull her into a car, she would have chewed their face off.

"We were street-smart kids."

On Sunday night, Kimberly Amero's siblings and friends will gather at 7 p.m. in King Square and march down King Street to Market Slip, where they will hold a candlelight vigil in Kimberly's memory, and in the memory of all missing children. For two hours, there will be songs and prayers, and a video tribute to Kimberly will be shown.

"I want to bring awareness to all missing children," Tammy Raynes says. "I want the community to realize this does happen in their backyard, and I want parents to realize that it is not always a runaway.

"I want them to pay closer attention to their kids."

For more than two decades, police have investigated the disappearance off and on. Recently, the RCMP and the Saint John Police Force followed new leads and came up empty.

Ed Amero, who has taken up the search himself at times, says both police agencies have told him they consider the case closed, unless new information is uncovered.

Over the years, police have used cadaver dogs and called on forensics experts while trying to find an answer to Kimberly's disappearance. In an attempt to help, some of her family members have provided DNA samples and turned over her dental records. Several sites have been excavated in a search for her remains, including an area described by a man who claimed to have psychic visions. And, in the last six months, at least one individual has been brought in for questioning, but there has been no resolution.

For her family, meanwhile, there is only sadness and desperation.

Ed Amero was 17 when his little sister disappeared and he has been frustrated now for nearly a quarter of a century. From Day One, he says he and family members told police she would have never run away. She was happy and looking forward to her birthday.

He can't help but think that, maybe, if they had acted faster "¦

"In 48 hours, you know where somebody could take a kid," he says. "You could be in Newfoundland and Labrador or northern Ontario, far, far away.

"And then it's too late."

Kimberly was five-foot-six, weighed 115 pounds, and had dark blond hair and blue eyes.

On Sunday night, Ed Amero will speak at the candlelight vigil in honour of Kimberly.

Soon, he hopes to set up a fund in her memory to benefit the families of other missing children.

There have been times Amero has braced himself, feeling the police were close to solving the mystery. Each time he has been let down.

He believes that somewhere out there, perhaps still in Saint John, there is someone who was involved in her disappearance.

It breaks his heart, but until her case is concluded, he will keep searching for Kimberly.

Based on a tip, he went to a site in the Upham area last fall and searched for his sister's remains.

"Picture what's it's like to dig a hole, thinking your sister is there," he says. "Every time the pick hit the ground, I thought, 'Please don't let her be here. Or please don't let me hit her bones.'

"It is the worst thing I've ever had to do in my life. It was a nightmare."

Marty Klinkenberg is contributing editor of the Telegraph-Journal. He can be reached at martyklinkenberg@hotmail.com.

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12 Jul 2010, 16:05 #7

St. John Police
506-648-3304
All information may be submitted on an anonymous basis.

Agency Case Number: 20080004

NCIC Number:
M-779800618
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12 Sep 2017, 21:25 #8

https://www.findingkimamero.com/ Discussing the lack of valid information regarding the disappearance of Kim, and the four running theories surrounding her current whereabouts. Videos - excellent work.


Case File 240DFNB, Agency Case Number: 20080004

Classification: Endangered Runaway
•Date Of Birth: September 5, 1969
•Age at Time of Disappearance: 15 years old
•Height and Weight: 5'4"-5'6"; 115 lbs.
•AKA: Kimberly Cormier; Foster; Kimberley Small

Saint John Police - 506-648-3333 - info submitted on an anonymous basis.

NCIC Number: M-779800618
Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

Kim's Facebook Tribute and Information Page:https://www.facebook.com/groups/123921169834/
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24 Sep 2017, 15:15 #9

Please watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DzSkBq62-w&feature=youtu.be


Tomorrow is the release of Chapter Four: the Jane & Dylan episode. Hear first hand their account of the details surrounding the disappearance of Kim, and come to your own conclusion regarding Jane & Jack's father - the self labelled 'tipster'.
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