The Progress (Clearfield, PA)[ Friday, Feb. 27, 2009 ]
Police continue investigation in disappearance 18 years ago
MILESBURG - State police at Rockview continue their investigation into the disappearance of Brenda Louise Condon, who disappeared 18 years ago today.
Ms. Condon was last seen during the early morning hours of Feb. 27, 1991, at what was then known as Carl's Bad Tavern, currently the location of Home Delivery Pizza, where she was working as a bartender.
Employees found the bar unoccupied the following day, and Ms. Condon's car was in the parking lot. A pair of cowboy boots believed to be hers was found in the men's restroom, but she was nowhere to be found.
Spring Township Police Department initiated the investigation upon notification of the disappearance in 1991. Police retained primary jurisdiction over the investigation until 1997, at which time they requested state police assume primary jurisdiction.
Troopers actively continue to investigate the disappearance. Numerous leads have been followed up throughout the ensuing 18-year investigation and are continuing to be investigated, but to date, the whereabouts of Ms. Condon is still unknown.
To view information on the investigation, visit the state police Web site at www.psp.state.pa.us, click on "Troop/Station Information," "Troop G - Hollidaysburg," then "Investigations."
Police continue to request that anyone with information about the disappearance contact them at 355-7545. Anyone with information who wishes to remain anonymous may contact Centre County Crime Stoppers at 1-877-99CRIME or by calling Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers at 1-800-4-PA-TIPS.
Ms. Condon is a white female and was born March 1, 1962. At the time of her disappearance, she was described as standing 5 feet, 3 1/2 inches tall, and weighing 110 pounds.
She wore her reddish-brown hair shoulder length and had a tattoo of a ring of roses on her right ankle. Her eyes are light blue, but she wore light green contacts.