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Dail Dinwiddie has been missing from Columbia #SouthCarolina since 1992

Dail Dinwiddie, then 23, was a bright, young student who went missing on September 24, 1992. She had just completed an art history degree at Randolph-Macon Woman's College in Lynchburg, VA (now Randolph College), and returned to her native Columbia, SC to enroll at the University of South Carolina for graduate school. She took a night off from her studies to attend a U2 concert with some friends at Williams-Brice Stadium. Following the concert, they went to Jungle Jim's, a local bar, where Dail somehow got separated from the group. That was the last time anyone reportedly saw her. A $20,000 reward is offered by her family for information about her disappearance. If you have any information about what may have happened to Dail, please contact the Columbia Police Department at (803) 233-8474.

Dail Dinwiddie has been missing from Columbia #SouthCarolina since 1992
Kimster, Dec 11, 2015