Christina Whittaker – Nov. 13, 2009 – Hannibal, MO














Missing:  Christina Maxine Whittaker

Case:  Missing

Nickname: (aka) Tina Young, Christina Young-Whittaker

Missing From:  Hannibal, Missouri

Missing Date:  November 13, 2009

Race:        Sex: W

Age at Time Missing:  21 years old

Height:  65″ –  66″

Weight: 120 – 150 pounds

Hair Color:  Red/Auburn; shoulder length at time missing. Natural curly, but may straighten.

Eye Color: Brown

ClothingLast seen wearing a pink tank top under a white v-neck top with sleeves down to the elbow, size 5 blue jeans, brand new white Nikesneakers with pink stripes.

Jewelry:  A ring with a half-inch diamond cluster and a pink center stone in which she wore on her right hand.

Tattoos:  Tattoo of a “Care Bear” with a marijuana leaf on it’s belly on right ankle.
Large tattoo of an angel on her left shoulder. 10in long and 8in wide with no shading, just the outline.

Scars/Piercings/Unique Marks:  Both ears are pierced, her left femur has been previously fractured, and she has a Caesarean section scar on her abdomen. She has a surgical scar on her left knee with rod indentations on both sides.

Police Agency: Hannibal Police Department at 573-221-0987

Case Number: 2009-30080  NamUs Case # 3264

Circumstance: Christina was last seen leaving a local tavern (Rookies Sports Bar at 611 Broadway, Hannibal, MO.) alone at approx 23:30 and has not been seen since. She tried to find a ride home, however, she ended up leaving on her own. Her cell phone was found in road, 1 block from tavern the next morning. She suffers with bi-polar and postpartum depression, anxiety disorder and fibromyalgia.  Christina did not like the way medication made her feel and would not take them regularly. She has not had access to her medication since her disappearance. Some sightings have been reported of a young woman matching her description in Peoria, Illinois.



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