Tracy Lynn Myers – June 25, 2000 – Philadelphia, PA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Missing:  Tracy Lynn Myers
Case:   Missing (2012 declared deceased)
Missing From:  Philadelphia, PA
Missing Date:  June 25, 2000
Race:    W     Sex:  F
Age at Time Missing:  21 years old
Height:    60 – 62″
Weight:  110 – 120 pounds
Hair Color:  Blonde
Eye Color: Blue
Tattoos: Tattoo of a mushroom on lower abdomen.
Scars/Piercings/Unique Marks:  Pierced nose and areolas on breasts. Scar on upper right arm.
Other:  Tracy wore her hair long and blonde in color. Sometimes she pulled her hair all up in a ponytail. She did not wear bangs. 2 upper front teeth are badly stained
Police Agency: Upper Darby Police Department at (610) 352-2888, or your local police.
Case Number: M570893185  NamUs case # 7699

Circumstance: On June 25, 2000, Tracy was seen getting into a green/dark pickup truck on the 3500 block of Kensington Avenue in Philadelphia, PA. The driver of the truck was described as a
male with a dark complexion. Tracy has a history of heroin addiction, and just prior to her disappearance she had left a treatment center in Kennet Square . There has been no activity with her Social Security number since she disappeared. Tracy had been known to leave home on occasion, but would always stay in touch with her family. Regardless of her addictions, her family loves her and misses her very much. They fear she is living on the streets in drugged areas or has passed away.She has not been seen since.  In 2012 she was declared deceased, albeit her family are still desperately searching for her. The possibility, while slim, is she could be living on the streets. Please continue to look for her and if you have any information to please contact authorities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The last photo on bottom is the last photo taken of Tracy.

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