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Daniel Barter

Kidnapped/AbductedCold Case
Daniel Barter

Missing Persons Details

Missing Person
Daniel Barter
Alias Used
Last Seen
June 18, 1959
Case Status
Intake Date
August 27, 2021
Source of Record



Physical Description

Current Age
Hair Color
Eye Color
Last Seen Wearing
Daniel Barter was last seen wearing grey boxer shorts.

Details of Disappearance

According to open source information, Daniel Barter has been missing from Alabama since 06/18/1959. Barter was last seen playing near the banks of Perdido Bay where he had gone camping with his parents, siblings and other relatives. Barter reportedly disappeared from the campsite while his parents were preparing some fishing equipment.

Barter did not like water, therefore it is believed that he would not have gone into the bay voluntarily. An extensive search for Barter ensued immediately, but he has not been seen or heard from since that time.

Case Numbers

Verified with Law Enforcement

Police Contact Information

Baldwin County Sheriff's Office
Clint Cadenhead, Captain
Local Police Case Number
(251) 937-0202

FBI Information

FBI Field Office Division
(251) 438-3674

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