|Born||Wilda Mae Benoit|
January 13, 1978
|Disappeared||July 23, 1992 (aged 14)|
at her family's home in Cameron Parish, Louisiana
|Status||Missing for 29 years and 6 days|
|Height||5 feet 0 inches (1.52 m)|
|💪 Weight||100 lb 100 lb (45 kg)|
Benoit was seen was last seen at her family’s home in Cameron Parish, Louisiana. At the time of her disappearance, Benoit was heavily sedated due to a shoulder injury she suffered earlier, as well as wearing a hospital gown.
Investigation and aftermath
There is very little information about Wilda Benoit's unsolved disappearance, although her disappearance was reclassified from a runaway to endangered missing in 2005.
At one point, authorities believed that she may be living in Florida. Benoit's sister had stated that she may have left home because she was not happy with her living situation. In 2005 her case was reclassified from a runaway case to an endangered missing persons case. Her parents believe she did not leave of her own free will.
- List of people who disappeared mysteriously
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