Joey Lynn Offutt – July 12, 2007 – Sykesville, Pennsylvania













Missing:  Joey Lynn Offutt

Missing From:  Sykesville, Pennsylvania

Missing Date: July 12, 2007

Sex: Female

Age at Time Missing: 33 yrs old

Height: 5’3″

Weight: 110 lbs

Hair Color: Brown/Reddish-Brown

Eye Color: Brown

Eye description: She may or may not have been wearing glasses.

Police Agency: Pennsylvania State Police at 814-371-4652, or
call the Find Joey Tip Line (toll-free) at 1-877-440-JOEY (1-877-440-5639) established by the family.
There is a $25,000 reward being offered for information on the whereabouts of Joey.

Case Number:  C04-0911417

Circumstance: In the early morning of July 12, 2007, authorities responded to a fire at Joey Lynn Offutt’s Sykesville, PA home. After the fire was extinguished, the remains of Offutt’s six-week-old son were discovered, but Offutt and her car, a red Saturn with Virginia license plates, were missing. Police found Offutt’s car four days later in State College, PA, parked at the Nittany Gardens apartment complex, where Offutt had previously lived.

Offutt’s other two children, who were not in the home at the time of the fire, have been living with family members.

In the four years since Offutt has been missing, there have been no substantial leads in the case. Offutt’s family believes Joey would not willingly leave her children, and they fear someone killed her and then tried to destroy evidence by burning the house down.

Offutt’s family has increased the reward being offered for information on the whereabouts of Joey to $25,000.

At the time she went missing, Joey Lynn Offutt was 33 years old and is described as a petite woman, approximately 5′ 3″ with a thin build. She has brown eyes and brown/red brown hair. She may or may not have been wearing glasses.

Offutt’s family has established a toll-free number to field tips from the public. Anyone with information is urged to call 1-877-440-JOEY (1-877-440-5639) or to contact the Pennsylvania State Police at 814 371-4652.

The family also runs this website to help bring public attention to the case. Visit for additional information or to contact Offutt’s family with information.




































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