Help Find Suzanne Gloria Lyall – Unsolved Missing Person Case
On the evening of March 2, 1998, Suzanne Gloria Lyall vanished without a trace from the campus of the State University of New York (SUNY) in Albany. The 19-year-old student was last seen at around 9:30 p.m., when she left her job at a local mall. She never returned home, and her family reported her missing the following morning.
Still Missing After 23+ Years
In the more than 23 years since Lyall’s disappearance, her case has remained one of the most perplexing missing persons cases in the Albany area. Despite numerous leads and theories, authorities have been unable to determine what happened to her or where she might be.
According to accounts from the time, Lyall had been working a shift at the Crossgates Mall on the evening of her disappearance. She finished work at around 9:30 p.m. and caught a bus back to the SUNY Albany campus, where she was a student. She was last seen getting off the bus at the bus stop on Western Avenue and was never seen or heard from again.
Massive Search for Lyall
Over the next few days, authorities launched a massive search for Lyall, hoping to find some sign of the young woman. Searches were conducted on foot, by air, and by water, but no trace of her was found. As the weeks turned into months, the search for Lyall became one of the largest and most expensive in the Albany area.
Family Hopes for More Leads
In the years since Lyall’s disappearance, her family has never given up hope of finding her and bringing her home. They continue to hold out hope that someone may have information that could help solve the case and bring them some closure.
Case Status: Open and Active
In the years following Lyall’s disappearance, authorities have followed up on numerous leads and tips, but none have led to any concrete information about her whereabouts. The case remains open and active, with authorities and family members still seeking answers and hoping for a break in the case.
If you have any information about Suzanne Gloria Lyall or her disappearance, please contact the Albany Police Department. Any bit of information, no matter how small, may be the key to solving this enduring mystery and bringing Suzanne home to her loved ones.