|Disappeared||November 9, 1991|
|Missing for||29 years|
William Majewski (born April 25, 1983) is a missing boy from Pennsylvania.
Majewski's mother last saw him at approximately 4:00 p.m. on the day of his disappearance, as he was leaving their residence. He was also seen by several witnesses shortly afterward walking to Chartiers Creek near the Ohio River with his fishing gear. The equipment was later found undisturbed along the banks of the creek and there were no signs of a struggle at the scene. The exact area was behind the Eat N' Park Restaurant and a homeless persons' camp was some 100 yards away from it.
Witnesses have described seeing him at the McKees Rocks Plaza, a scruffy looking man talking to him in a store and one witness allegedly saw Majewski being pulled into a burnt orange-painted Nova by an unkempt man.
One suspect is a homeless man named Joseph Cornelius. Cornelius was arrested in 2000 and reportedly confessed in the murder case of Scott Drake, a young boy from the same region. Cornelius also lived a certain Helen Arlott in 1991, a woman who was a good friend of Majewski's mother. Cornelius was also familiar with the homeless camp in the area of Majewski's disappearance.
Police find it unlikely that Majewski died an accidental death due to extensive searches conducted in the area.
- Sandy brown hair.
- Blue eyes.
- Gaps between teeth.
- Gray hooded sweatshirt.
- Gray pants.
- Black tennis shoes.