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									                           MISSING PERSONS
                       Andrew Thompson
                       Missing since July 5, 1996 from Chicago, Illinois
                       Classification: Endangered Missing

                       Vital Statistics
                               Date Of Birth: April 4, 1988
                               Age at Time of Disappearance: 8 years old
                               Distinguishing Characteristics: Black male. Black hair; brown
                                eyes.


                       Everett Thompson, Jr.
                       Vital Statistics
                               Date Of Birth: June 22, 1985
                               Age at Time of Disappearance: 11 years old
                               Distinguishing Characteristics: Black male. Black hair; brown
                                eyes.


                       Everett Thompson, Sr.
                       Vital Statistics
                               Date Of Birth: March 12, 1956
                               Age at Time of Disappearance: 40 years old
                               Distinguishing Characteristics: Black male. Black hair; brown
                                eyes. Medium complexion.


                       Lydia Thompson
                       Vital Statistics
                               Date Of Birth: September 12, 1952
                               Age at Time of Disappearance: 43 years old
                               Distinguishing Characteristics: Black female. Brown hair;
                                brown eyes. Light complexion.
                               Marks, Scars: Large vaccination mark on upper arm.

                          Circumstances of Disappearance
 Everett Thompson, Sr., owner of Eat and Company, a Park Manor neighborhood business, was
 last seen on July 5, 1996 by one of his employees. His mother reported him missing on July 17,
1996, when she was unable to contact him, his wife, Lydia, or either of their two sons Everett, Jr.
  and Andrew .On that July afternoon in 1996 Thompson's father phoned his son, Everett, at the
Chicago restaurant the younger man owned. The elder Thompson recalled that he also broached
the topic of his son's quarrelsome brother-in-law, an ex-convict, and a freeloading house guest of
   Everett and his wife, Lydia Thompson. Everett interrupted their conversation to take a frantic
phone call from Lydia, at home with the couple's two sons. Back on the line seconds later Everett
  told his dad he had to go home right away. Lydia's brother was chasing her around the house
 with an ax. She locked herself in the bedroom and called Everett to come home. The early July
phone call was the last time either man spoke to the other. The brother was questioned early on
     about the family's whereabouts. He pleaded ignorance. Fears about the fate of the family
heightened when federal agents reported finding bloodstained clothing, including a boy's sock, in
 a search of a house trailer, rented by the brother in Gary, on July 14, 1997. Lydia's brother had
    been questioned on several occasions regarding the disappearance of the family and was
        indicted for falsifying his sister's signature on documents immediately following her
disappearance. He committed suicide in December of 1997, without revealing any information he
 may have had regarding the family. Police say if there was foul play, it happened on July 4, 5 or
 6, 1996. No one saw the Thompson family after that time and the brother was seen driving the
                                Thompson van soon after that weekend.


 If you have any information concerning this
            case, please contact:
                   Chicago Police Department
                         312-745-6052
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