Woman hopes to find sister's remains 32 years after disappearance

CLAIRTON, Pa. — Tuesday marks 32 years since Toni McNatt-Chiappetta's disappeared from her hometown of Clairton.

His sister, Lea Keeney, said the then 14-year-old girl was headed to a pep rally at her school, but she never made it.
McNatt-Chiappetta was last seen on Miller and Mitchell avenues.

While there was no evidence of a struggle, police said they suspect foul play.

Keeney feels in her heart that her sister is no longer alive.

Keeney said she made her mother a promise before she died.  Keeney promised she would find her sister and lay her to rest.

"Even if someone just made a phone call and led police in the right direction, somewhere to look.  I just want my sister's remains.  My sister doesn't deserve to be lying in the middle of nowhere.  No one deserves that," said Keeney.

Family and friends will hold a vigil at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday. It will take place on Miller Avenue near Clairton's football stadium.  Candles are free.