UPDATE: 6/28/21

Two weeks have gone by and the Oneida City Police Department is still searching for 15-year-old Mary Sequin. They posted an update to their Facebook page with a message to Sequin specifically:

To Mary: we know that you are aware that we are trying to locate you. Please contact us so we can talk with you.

Her family says she may be in Oneida, Sylvan Beach or the Syracuse area.


The Oneida City Police Department is asking for the public to help locate a missing 15-year-old girl.

Mary L. Sequin of Oneida was last seen at her father’s residence in Oneida during the evening of Wednesday, June 9. She was reported missing by her family the following day.

Mary is described as a Caucasian female, approx. 5’8 tall, 150lbs, blue eyes, brown hair. She has a scar on her right wrist (from palm to mid forearm). A clothing description is currently unknown, but she often carried a black Nike backpack.

Some family and friends have had limited contact with Sequin through apps and social media, but she has not yet been located and refuses to divulge her location.

Due to the nature of the case, Sequin has been entered into the statewide system as a missing person as well. If anyone knows Mary Sequin’s whereabouts, please contact the Oneida City Police at (315)363-2323. The case reference number is 21-003273.

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You can search for missing children at Missingkids.org.

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