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Olimpia Lucia Mikszan- June 21, 1996 Abbotsford BC

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kindheart:
Olimpia Lucia Mikszan


Missing since June 21, 1996 from Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada
Classification: Missing

Vital Statistics

* Date Of Birth: January 23, 1978
* Age at Time of Disappearance: 18 years old
* Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'2" (157 cm); 135 lbs. (59 kgs).

* Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Long naturally curly hair which was brownish-red. She wears an eyebrow ring above her right eye. Mikszan was born in Poland and speaks fluent polish; she has a slight Polish accent when speaking English.

Circumstances of Disappearance
Mikszan was last seen in the morning outside her residence in Abbotsford, British Columbia on June 21, 1996.
She was living alone in a rental suite. Her vehicle and nearly all of her personal belongings were left at her residence. Olimpia had just completed high school and was known to be very artistic. Around the time of her disappearance, she was attempting to enroll in an art school, but her plans had not worked out and this was a big disappointment for her.

Investigators
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Abbotsford Police Department
604-859-5225

kindheart:
Olimpia Mikszan, Abbotsford, B.C.

Olimpia Mikszan, 18, was last seen on June 21, 1996, outside her rental suite. Having just completed high school with honours, the talented art student was disappointed she was not accepted into the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in Vancouver.

Olimpia had recently told friends she was going on a hitchhiking trip across Canada and that she might go backpacking elsewhere in British Columbia.

Police say she left nearly all her belongings at her residence. Her wallet with about $130 cash, a blue backpack and her Canadian citizenship papers were the only things missing.

Olimpia loved jewellery. She may be wearing a delicate gold-coloured chain of small white pearls, spaced about 40 millimetres apart, and a ring made of 14-karat reddish-coloured gold with a coral stone. The ring was given to Olimpia at her First Communion at the age of nine. Most of her jewellery was left behind in her apartment.

Olimpia, who was born in Poland and immigrated to Canada with her family in 1990, speaks accented English. Her most striking feature is her long, naturally curly, chestnut hair.

According to Det. Sherryl Yaciansky of the Abbotsford police, Olimpia?s personal information has been flagged nationwide with police departments, Canada Customs, missing persons? registries and other government agencies. Police are at a loss to explain what happened to her.

Though she?d been living on her own for about a year prior to her disappearance, Olimpia often visited her family for dinners and to take her two younger sisters on outings.

Her mother describes Olimpia as caring, well mannered and clean living, a loving daughter and an ?independent soul.?

?The younger children always ask about their sister. She?s still in our hearts, and we love her very much.?

http://www.readersdigest.ca/mag/2002/04/help_us.html

Sap1:
20 years missing.

http://www.news1130.com/2016/06/21/olimpia-mikszan-missing-for-20-years/

ABBOTSFORD (NEWS 1130) – It has now been two decades since Olimpia Mikszan disappeared in Abbotsford.

She was a teenager when she disappeared exactly 20 years ago, on this date.

Olimpia was last seen outside of her home in Abbotsford with an acquaintance.

Her mom, Elzbieta Mikszan wants to know what happened next.

“What happened? We want the closure, we want the truth [about] what happened with our sister, I want to know what happened to my daughter.”

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#abbypd Missing person investigation. Olimpia MIKSZAN missing since 1996. http://ow.ly/PTMn301tYQH  https://youtu.be/EWryp2SJlMc
8:24 AM - 21 Jun 2016
 
She’s described as standing 5’2” tall and has brown hair and brown eyes. She and her family emigrated from Poland to Canada in 1990.

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