Mary Kathryn Greene was 35 years old when she went missing. She was last seen in Baltimore County, Maryland, more than five decades ago, and her whereabouts are still unknown.
On the evening of Dec. 10, 1966, Greene decided that she was going to go to the store. Therefore, she left her four children with her father at the home they shared in the 3700 block of Old North Point in Dundalk.
Greene was wearing a lumber jacket (blue or green) with heels when she drove away in her 1957 blue and white Ford station wagon with the registration EX-7023.
She was also carrying a two-toned brown purse.
What happened after Greene left her home remains a mystery, as the mother of four has not been seen or heard from since that day, according to the Baltimore County Police.
Her vehicle has never been found.
Police officials stated that before Greene vanished without a trace, she was in the midst of “finalizing her divorce from her husband,” and they suspect foul play.
Greene is described as a white or Caucasian female with short, reddish brown hair. She has brown eyes and weighed 126 pounds when she was last seen.
She was also five-foot-eight inches tall.
If Greene were found today, she would be in her early 90s.
Anyone with information regarding the disappearance of Mary Kathryn Greene is encouraged to contact the Baltimore County Police Department at (410) 887-3943.