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Missing Frederick Albert Iwert
Iwert, circa 1983
Missing Since 04/20/1983
Washington County, Kansas
Classification Endangered Missing
Age 66 years old
Height and Weight 5'11 - 6'1, 200 pounds
Medical Conditions Iwert suffers from a thyroid condition and takes medication; he doesn't have his medicines with him.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian male. Brown hair, brown eyes. Due to a hip injury, Iwert uses a cane to walk, and has difficulty walking without one. His nickname is Fred.
Details of Disappearance Iwert was last seen in Washington County, Kansas on April 20, 1983. He owned a farm near Washington County State Lake, with seventeen cows and two bulls. His sister stated Iwert was devoted to the cattle because they had belonged to his late wife.
The vice president of the bank saw him that afternoon and asked him about rumors that Iwert had a girlfriend and that he was selling his property. Iwert denied having any girlfriend and said he had no plans to sell any land or livestock. He has never been heard from again. He left all his belongings behind, including his three walking canes, and his wallet, checkbook, driver's license and medications.
Garner claimed Iwert had met a woman named Martha Kline through a personals ad in a Topeka, Kansas weekly newspaper. Kline was supposedly in her sixties and owned 31 acres of land in Mississippi. She supposedly visited Iwert in January 1983, and returned on April 17. Garner said he'd driven Iwert to the Korner Cafe six miles west of Washington, Kansas at 9:30 p.m. on April 20, and Kline was waiting there in her car. Iwert left with her, telling Garner, "If things don't work out, I may see you in a couple of days."
Garner also said Iwert had sold his property and livestock to him prior to his disappearance, but Iwert's brother said Iwert hadn't sold anything. Authorities traveled to Mississippi, but were unable to locate Kline. A search of subscribers to the newspaper where the personals ad was placed turned up no results, and when police searched through records of every state, they couldn't find anyone named Martha Kline who was the right age and knew Iwert. No one else besides Garner had heard of this woman.
Iwert has never been located.
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