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MacRae, circa 2004; Jason Shallock

Missing Since 02/07/2004

Missing From Seattle, Washington

Classification Lost/Injured Missing

Sex Male

Race White

Date of Birth Used 05/10/1978 (42)

Age 25 years old

Height and Weight 5'10, 130 pounds

Clothing/Jewelry Description Earrings.

Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian male. Brown hair, brown eyes. MacRae's left ear is pierced. He has scars on his knee, elbow, back and right hip. He goes by his middle name, Jason, and he may use the last name Fraser.

Details of Disappearance
MacRae was last seen in Seattle, Washington on February 7, 2004. He and a friend, Jason Lee Shallock, went on an impromptu canoe trip on Puget Sound at 4:00 a.m. MacRae called his girlfriend on his cellular phone to tell her about it. They never returned.

Later that morning, Shallock's body was pulled from the water at Alki Point. Authorities believe the canoe tipped over and he got tangled in a tow rope and drowned. There was no sign of MacRae, however.

A photo of Shallock is posted with this case summary. Investigators believe MacRae drowned also, but his body has never been recovered.
Investigating Agency / Department

Seattle Police Department 206-684-5455

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