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Crime History: Lyon sisters disappear from Wheaton Plaza

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On this day, March 25, in 1975, Sheila Lyon, 12, and her 10-year-old sister Katherine vanished on their way home from Wheaton Plaza. Their disappearance gripped the Washington region, leading to one of the largest police investigations in the area's history. Witnesses saw Sheila and Katherine talking to a middle-aged man in a brown suit and carrying a briefcase outside the Orange Bowl pizza...

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