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Missing Carolyn Sue Martin
Carolyn, circa 1981
Missing Since 08/31/1981
Hazel Park, Michigan
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 01/19/1957 (64)
Age 24 years old
Height and Weight 5'5, 110 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Brown hair, blue eyes. Carolyn's ears are pierced one time each.
She planned to travel in a caravan with her twin brother, Timothy, who was en route to Oklahoma to look for a work. That evening, Carolyn stopped at her mother's home in Hazel Park, Michigan to say goodbye. She said her travel plans had changed: she would be taking a different route to Texas and would not travel with Timothy. Her family never saw her or Mark again. They filed a missing persons report for them the following spring.
When questioned by police, Kirezian said Carolyn changed her mind and decided she didn't want to go to Texas. He stated he let her and Mark out of the car, his own 1979 Pontiac Grand Prix, near Toledo, Ohio. Carolyn and Mark had only one suitcase with them. Kirezian gave her $4,000 in cash and she told him to discard her belongings, and he says this is the last time he saw her.
Kirezian said he continued on the way to Texas, but changed his mind and turned back when he had car trouble. He reappeared in Michigan a short time later. Since Carolyn and Mark disappeared, he has changed his name twice, and he has refused to take a polygraph test. He is now known as Harry Kzirian.
Carolyn was looking forward to beginning a new life with Kirezian. Because he was the last person known to have seen Carolyn and Mark, he is considered a person of interest in the disappearances, but there is no evidence to tie him to any crime.
Carolyn and Mark's Social Security numbers have not been used since 1981. Foul play is suspected in their disappearances, which remain unsolved.
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