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Published: 4/03 4:43 pm
"Oswego (WSYR-TV) -- On the 19th anniversary of her disappearance, Heidi Allen’s sister is releasing a book about the ordeal. April 3, 1994 was the last time the 18-year-old was seen while working at a convenience store in Oswego County. Heidi’s sister, Lisa Buske, says she lived back in 1994 for the last couple of years writing the book. “There were a lot of tears,” she told NewsChannel 9. She’s been back many times to the store where..."
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Age progression picture of Heidi Allen released
By: Web Staff
"OSWEGO COUNTY, N.Y. -- One Oswego County woman continues to keep the memory of her sister alive Heidi Allen was abducted at a gas station in the Town of New Haven nearly 20 years ago. Allen's body was never found..." To read the entire article and link to the Oswego County Sheriff's Department, click on collage to the left.
Published: 9/14/2012 7:56 pm
"Syracuse (WSYR-TV) -- Heidi Allen was abducted from a convenience store where she was worked in the town of New Haven back in 1994. She was 18 at the time. Her body was never found, but one man is in prison for kidnapping her. Now, almost 20 years later, Allen’s sister is telling her story in a book called “Where’s Heidi? One sister’s journey.” Lisa Buskey says..."
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Remembering Heidi Allen
By: Web Staff
"OSWEGO, N.Y. -- Nearly two decades after her disappearance, Heidi Allen is not a forgotten name in her Oswego County community. Allen was just 18 when she was kidnapped while working alone on Easter Day in 1994. Allen has never been found. On Wednesday, Allen's only sister, Lisa Buske, released her second book at the River’s End Bookstore in Oswego..."
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Notorious case may be subject of book
By: Andy Mattison
"It's a notorious missing person case from the '90s that still haunts Oswego County and now it could become the subject of a new book. Heidi Allen, 18, was kidnapped from a New Haven convenience store in 1994 and her body was never found. Her disappearance resulted in a pair of trials that ended very differently. Allen's older sister is putting together a book about the case and as our Andy Mattison tells us, she hopes the book will not just help with the
investigation, but with anyone missing a loved one..."
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