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Dawn Marie Mohn

Updated: Jan 9, 2022

Dawn Marie Mohn went missing after attending the 25th Annual Corn Roast at Lenny's Tap on N. Broadway in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Dawn was reportedly last seen leaving Lenny's Tap on August 21, 2000 around 2 A.M. wearing blue jeans and a black silver blouse and was walking southbound on Broadway, which was in the direction of her home. It was reported to police that she was very intoxicated and was stumbling and losing her balance. Law Enforcement reports that Dawn never made it home that night.

The day after Dawn went missing, her wallet was found in the 400 block of N. Broadway, near Lenny's Tap.

The police do not believe that she accidentally fell into the Fox River, stating that she would have been found by now.

Dawn's family states that she was always in close contact with them, and they don't believe that she would have just left without telling somebody.

The police have reported that Dawn didn't have a job, a vehicle, driver's license, cash or credit cards at the time that she went missing and they also confirmed that she was living with her boyfriend at the time that she went missing. Dawn's sister has shared that the relationship with Dawn and her boyfriend was troubled and that they had had an argument at Lenny's Tap a few days before she disappeared.

The police interviewed people close to Dawn shortly after she went missing, issued warrants, and searched a property outside of Green Bay, but no sign of Dawn has ever been found. Dawn's boyfriend was never named a suspect, but is considered a person of interest.

Dawn is 5'1" and is 118 pounds. She has strawberry/blond hair, and hazel eyes. She has a scar over her right eye. Dawn was 41 years old when she went missing, and would now be 60 years old. Regardless of how long Dawn has been missing, Law Enforcement continues to search for answers about what happened to her.

Any leads or information should be directed to:

Detective Brad Biller

Green Bay Police Department

(920) 448-3200 x0211

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