Sept. 16, 1956~Jun. 15, 1970
13 yrs. old
On Jun. 15, 1970, Donna Albright, 13, of Hasbrouck Heights was reported missing by her father. Donna, who had graduated from Corpus Christie Elementary School three days prior, had been at the Hasbrouck Heights Library earlier that evening with a friend. The two girls left the library at approximately 10:00 p.m. and walked along the Boulevard, stopping briefly in Powelson Drug Store. Donna’s friend recalled, in a later interview, that they had observed a cream colored vehicle following them during their walk. The girls parted ways in the area of Lasalle Street which was the last time Donna was seen. Donna Albright was last seen wearing a beige long sleeved top, striped bell bottom pants and clog sandals. She was also wearing a thin gold necklace and a gold ring, with a purple stone. On Sept. 9, 1976, the remains of a human body were found during an excavation in Hackensack, NJ. The excavation site, located at 9 Camden Street, was a boarding house and inhabited by various transients during the late 1960s and early 1970s. The remains were positively identified as belonging to Donna Albright.