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Missing Dwayne Alexander DiCicco
DiCicco, circa 1974; Thomas Creech
Missing Since 08/13/1974
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 11/12/1948 (72)
Age 25 years old
Height and Weight 5'11, 165 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian male. Brown hair, brown eyes. DiCicco has a mustache and beard. His nickname is Dago.
Details of Disappearance DiCicco was last seen in Kalispell, Montana on August 13, 1974. He was working as a heavy equipment operator in Columbia Falls, Montana at the time. He has never been heard from again.
DiCicco graduated Montgomery High School in Santa Rosa, California and served in the military in Vietnam. He moved to Montana a few years before his disappearance, and married in Kalispell. He disappeared around the time of his first wedding anniversary.
He called his mother shortly before he disappeared and their conversation was normal, and he said he'd call her again in a few days, but he never contacted her again.
DiCicco did ride a motorcycle but wasn't involved in any clubs. Creech named him as one of the victims, stating he shot DiCicco three times and dumped his body in Lake Sammamish in Washington. Later, he changed his story and said he'd only witnessed the murder and DiCicco's body had been hidden in a cave.
When police dragged Lake Sammamish they did find a body, but it wasn't DiCicco's, and they aren't sure whether Creech was involved in his case. Some of Creech's confessions were subsequently discounted, but he lead the police to two bodies, one in Nevada and one in Wyoming, and he was convicted of a 1974 murder in Oregon as well as the murders of the two transient men in Idaho.
Foul play is suspected in DiCicco's case; investigators believe he was murdered. His case remains unsolved.
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