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Unsolved Disappearance 

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Kacey Perry

Kacey Ann Perry, 10, went missing on September 10, 1990 from her father's home in Southeast Portland, Oregon.

When Kacey went missing, she had been staying with her father, Mike Ferdina. Kacey argued with her father that she wanted to go home to her mother's house in Keizer, Oregon, about 44 miles south of Portland. Mike promised to take Kacey home in the morning.

Kacey was upset that her father wanted her to live with him. Mike claimed he had told her he was concerned that she was not being cared for or appropriately raised at her mother's home.

Kacey went to bed angrily, and her father checked on her, but she was gone the second time he went in. She had packed clothes in a purse and left the house in the 2200 block of Southeast 37th Avenue in Portland. It is believed she was heading to her mother's home.

Witnesses saw her at the Kienow's Food Store, approximately 10 blocks from her father's home. Detectives confirmed she took her purse and clothes because the items were found abandoned near the store.

Search dogs picked up Kacey's scent at the Laurelhurst Park in Portland but nothing was ever found.

A former boyfriend of Kacey's mother confessed he had abducted Kacey murdering her and burying her remains in a wooded area near Kelso, Washington. He has since recanted his story.

If you have information regarding the disappearance of Kacey Perry, please call the Portland Police Department at 503-796-3400.

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