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Name: Tonya Hummenyj 
Date of Birth: 3/27/1972 
Height: 6'0" 
Weight: 140 lbs 
Hair: Blonde 
Eyes: Blue 
 
Polk County Sheriff's Office detectives are continuing to seek information in the December 1997, suspicious disappearance of a 25-year- old Davenport woman.

Tonya Hummenyj of Davenport, was last seen during the morning hours of Sunday, Dec. 14, 1997, around 3 a.m. at the Waffle House, located near Interstate 4 and U.S. Highway 27. She left the restaurant by herself driving a white Dodge Dynasty.

When she did not return home, her boyfriend told detectives that he went to search for her and found her abandoned vehicle on the side of County Road 54 in Loughman (just west of the I-4 overpass) at around 7:30 a.m.

Ms. Hummenyj was a dancer at Roxie's in Lake County (approximately one-half mile from the Polk County line). When last seen, Ms. Hummenyj was wearing a turquoise T-shirt with "ATLANTA" written on the side, black jeans and a black leather jacket. She is 6' tall, with blue eyes and blond hair.

 


 
 
Anyone with information on the location of any of these individuals is asked to contact the Polk County Sheriff's Office at 863 298-6200 or 1 800 226-0344. The Sheriff's Office can be e-mailed at missingperson@polksheriff.org.

Also visit FDLE's Missing Children Information Clearinghouse site.