Unique Harris – October 09, 2010 – Washington, DC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Missing:  Unique Harris

Case:  Missing/Abducted

Nickname:  None

Missing From:  Washington, DC

Missing Date:  October 09, 2010

Race:  African American     Sex:  Female

Age at Time Missing:  24

Height:  5’7″

Weight:  120-130 lbs.

Hair Color:  Brown

Eye Color:  Brown

Tattoos:  Tattoos on lower back “RICHARD & U’ANDRE’ ” and upper left arm “UNIQUE” (NamUs says its the Right arm).

Scars/Piercings/Unique Marks:  Pierced ears.

Other:  Last seen wearing white t-shirt and gray pants. Jewelry: Matching gold necklace & earrings with garnet red beads. Sterling silver necklace with safety-pin clasp (per NamUs).

Police Agency:  DC Metropolitan Police Dept, (202) 727-9099

Case Number:  147-537        NamUs MP #:  9406

Circumstance:  Unique Harris, a 24 year old mother of two, was reported missing from her home in Southeast D.C. on October 9, 2010. Unique’s home was located at the 2400 block of Hartford St, SE. Police say Unique was abducted from her home, while her sons and niece were asleep in the next room.  Authorities believe that whoever is responsible for Unique’s disappearance, was likely someone she knew. The only items missing from Unique’s home were her keys and her cell phone. She allegedly had not been wearing her glasses the evening of her disappearance.

 

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