Teen went out with friends and never came home, missing for 28 years.

Cold Case Tuesday – State Police continue to investigate a 28-year-old missing person case out of Oneida County, New York (Near Syracuse).

On September 19, 1990, Remsen teenager Mark W. Seelman, 16, and his friend Douglas E. Goodwin, 18, were last seen at a bar called DJ’s, located then on Martin Street in Rome.

Neither Seelman nor Goodwin have been seen since that date.

The last time Seelman was seen was the Friday before the sighting at DJ’s Bar. Seelman’s mother said Mark got off the school bus that afternoon, said he was going shopping with friends and would be back by the next day to help her around the house.

When Seelman didn’t show over the weekend, his mother figured he had slept over at his friend’s house. His mother waited to see if he’d get off the school bus Monday afternoon, then again Tuesday but he still didn’t show.

At that point, Seelman’s mother went to the state police barracks in Remsen to report her son missing.

Goodwin was a transient and didn’t live with his parents. Goodwin is not considered a missing child since he was legally an adult and not being home was not unusual. Goodwin has also not been seen since the sighting at DJ’s.

Anyone with information on his disappearance is asked to call Troop D Headquarters at (315) 366-6000.

All calls can be kept anonymous.