Edmond Tillman: Police Still Searching For Teen Missing Since 2005
Tillman disappeared in from New York City when he was only 14 years old. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children created an age enhancement of what he may look like at age 23.
Edmond Tillman's photo is shown age-progressed to 23 years. He may still be in the Brooklyn area. Edmond's left ear is pierced. His nickname is Eddie. [via National Center for Missing & Exploited Children]
In August 2005, investigators in Brooklyn, NY said Edmond “Eddie” Tillman vanished. Although Tillman hasn’t been seen for years, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is not giving up. In fact, they created an age enhancement of what Tillman may look like at the age of 23. The NYPD said Tillman went missing when he was only 14 years old.
Tillman is a black male, with brown hair and brown eyes. When he went missing, Tillman stood 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighed around 145 pounds. The progression created shows Tillman at 23 years old and his left ear is pierced.
The Charley Project said Tillman also has a “preauricular sinus,” meaning there’s a hole just above his ear canal on each ear. This can also look like a piercing.
“He is pigeon-toed and right-handed, and he has a mole on his left eyebrow and a birthmark on the left side of his abdomen. Some agencies give his date of birth as November 19, 1991,” the Charley Project adds.
The report goes on to say only a couple of months prior to his disappearance, Tillman came out to his loved ones and said he was homosexual. On the day he vanished, around 7 p.m., Tillman was dropped off at his school by his mother, the Charley Project adds. The NYPD tweeted three photos of Tillman as a younger child, along with the age enhancement.
NEVER EVER EVER GIVE UP! HELP FIND EDDIE #Brooklyn #NewYork #Missing Edmond "EDDIE" Tillman who was 14YO when he went missing in 2005 #Manhattan #LES #NYC #Queens #NY #Bronx #StatenIsland Three younger photos of Eddie & a #NCMEC #Ageprogression image may resemble him now. #NYPD pic.twitter.com/WHBJiILp5m— NYPD Missing Persons (@NYPDMissing) September 26, 2020
If you know anything about this case, please contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children directly: 800-THE-LOST
Let’s bring Edmond Tillman home.