Alexis Murphy – Lovingston, VA – Aug. 03, 2013

















Missing:  Alexis Murphy

Case:  Missing

Home Residence: Shipman, VA

Last Seen:  Lovingston, VA

Missing Date:  August 03, 2013

Race:  Black      Sex: Female

Age at Time Missing:  17 years old

Height:  5’7″    

Weight: 155 lbs

Hair Color:  Brown, long

Eye Color: Dark Brown

Tattoos: unknown

Scars/Piercings/Unique Marks: piercings in her right nostril and upper lip

Clothing:  wearing a pink shirt, floral-print spandex pants, and brown boots.

Other:  carrying a dark and light colored grey purse.


Police Agency: Nelson County Sheriff’s Office, Virginia State Police and the FBI are all investigating the case, and ask that you contact them at 434-263-7050, or 9-1-1.


Circumstance: Alexis was reportedly on her way to Lynchburg, VA driving her father’s white 2003 Nissan Maxima with license plates WYN-3706 when she disappeared. The car was later found near a movie theater in Albemarle County, after which police went door-to-door in the area searching for her. Alexis is still missing. Investigators say the 17-year-old was last seen August 3. The images released show her at a Liberty gas station in Lovingston. The first surveillance picture shows Alexis walking outside the gas station and the other shows her coming through the front door.The clerk said she seemed “normal” said hello and bye and did not seem as if anyone was in the vehicle with her. A house is being searched for her cell phone off of Cannery Loop, which is only a few miles north of that Liberty Gas Station in Lovingston. FBI told the home owner he had reason to believer her cell phone may be found in the area.

Alexis Murphy 17 MISSING from Virginia - 03AUG2013

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