|Location||Lexington, North Carolina|
|Disappeared||February 2, 2000|
|Missing for||21 years|
William Mark Alley was a man who went missing from Lexington, North Carolina in 2000.
William was the director of the Davidson County Museum of Art in North Carolina for five years. He quit after being confronted by co-workers regarding approximately $14,750 that was missing from the museum's bank accounts. He was reported missing after failing to pick up his son from the babysitter.
- Red hair.
- Blue/Hazel eyes.
- May have a mustache, beard or a goatee.
Clothing and accessories
- Gold wedding band.
- Thick gold chain necklace.
- Gold watch.
- Blue jeans.
- Brown canvas coat.
- Leather collar.