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Missing Connie Lynn Royce
Royce, circa 1990
Missing Since 06/01/1990
Mount Clemens, Michigan
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 09/22/1965 (55)
Age 24 years old
Height and Weight 5'3, 120 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description A black form-fitting sleeveless minidress with a flower-print skirt, and no shoes.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Brown hair. Royce has two tattoos: two names and a heart on her right shoulder, and a bumblebee on her right wrist. Her ears are pierced and she has a gap between her front teeth. Her maiden name is Bostic, and many accounts spell her last name "Royse."
Details of Disappearance Royce visited the Hayloft, a now-defunct bar in the 100 block of north Gratiot in Mount Clemens, Michigan, on June 1, 1990. She had gone on a date that day with a man she'd met a few days earlier. They met at his apartment and had a few drinks before going to the Hayloft. Another man, her date's friend, went with them.
The bar staff later stated the trio were behaving normally that evening; there was no apparent argument or anything unusual happening at their table. At around 11:00 p.m., while her date was in the restroom, Royce suddenly said she had to get out. She walked away from the table, leaving her shoes and her black purse behind.
The security camera showed Royce walking out of the bar alone, fifty minutes after she arrived. She had had at least four drinks that evening. She appeared to be intoxicated when she left, and her family thinks she may have been drugged. A few minutes later, the men she was with went outside the bar to look for her, didn't see her, and went back inside to wait for her to return.
By 2:00 a.m., closing time, Royce had still not returned to the Hayloft. She has never been heard from again, and her car was left behind at her date's apartment.
There was a possible sighting of Royce at a payphone across the street from the Hayloft on the night of her disappearance. There was a late 1970s model car nearby, but no one saw Royce get into the car. The police tried to pull the records from the payphone, but were unsuccessful.
Leslie Williams was arrested after confessing to the murders of four teenagers in eastern Michigan in May 1992. There was speculation that Williams may have been involved in Royce's case, but he was in prison at the time she disappeared.
Royce was divorced and lived with her parents in Madison Heights, Michigan prior to her disappearance; she was attending business school. Her case remains unsolved.
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