The mystery deepens with the disappearance of Ryan Jan Kemp, who was last seen at a supermarket 41 years ago, as cops are offering a $5,000 reward

COPS is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the discovery of Ryan Jan Kemp, who went missing from a supermarket 41 years ago.

Pennsylvania State Police suspect the Slatington native was the victim of a foul play.

Ryan Jan Kemp Story disappeared from a supermarket 41 years ago

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Ryan Jan Kemp Story disappeared from a supermarket 41 years agoPhoto credit: Lehigh Valley Crime Stoppers
Police have offered a $5,000 reward for any information leading to his discovery

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Police have offered a $5,000 reward for any information leading to his discoveryPhoto credit: Lehigh Valley Crime Stoppers

Kemp was last seen on September 17, 1981 having lunch at King’s IGA Supermarket in Schnecksville.

Two days later, his truck was parked in the Buffalo Inn parking lot on Route 309, according to the Charley Project.

The 30-year-old worked at the New Jersey Zinc Company in Palmerton and had wavy brown hair and hazel eyes.

At the time of his disappearance, Kemp was a part-time student at Lehigh County Community College studying to become a mechanical engineer.

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He was legally pronounced dead in 1989, but police now suspect foul play and have struggled to uncover leads since his disappearance 41 years ago.

Police are encouraging anyone with information to contact the National Missing and Unidentified Persons website or call the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers toll-free at 1-800-4PA-TIPS (8477).

In April last year, police found human remains while searching for a missing 18-year-old Amish girl who disappeared exactly 10 months ago, authorities said.

Linda Stoltzfoos disappeared after attending a church service in Pennsylvania on June 21 last year and was believed to have been abducted and killed by Justo Smoker, 35.

A full investigation involving the FBI, the East Lamper Township Police Department and the Pennsylvania State Police uncovered the grisly discovery Wednesday in a rural area of ​​eastern Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

The crime scene must be “forensically processed” before the remains can be released for formal identification and the cause of death can be determined by a coroner, the Lancaster County District Attorney announced.

The Stoltzfoos family has been notified by the police.

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The state had been gripped by Linda’s disappearance on Father’s Day 2020 when Smoker was arrested the following month on kidnapping and misdemeanor misdemeanor charges.

He was then charged with manslaughter in December after prosecutors said his “complete cessation of all routine activities” and the elapsed time suggested Linda died and Smoker was responsible.

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