Home » Danielle Mouton, 24: Was Homeless & May Have Been Kidnapped In 2010
No matter what someone’s background is, they deserve to be protected. While Danielle Mouton lived a lifestyle considered “high-risk,” that doesn’t mean her story shouldn’t be shared.
According to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System, Danielle Mouton was 24 years old when she was last seen on August 2, 2010, in Seattle, Washington. Reports state that it’s unclear who the young mother was with when she was last seen, but it was known that Danielle was homeless and involved with prostitution and drug abuse. Throughout the years, Danielle’s family has held out hope that she will one day return home.
“It’s likely that some of the people who knew her, and she was pretty well known in the downtown area, likely someone might have their memories intact and might be willing to come forward with information,” Tacoma Police Detective Lindsey Wade said back in 2017. “The fact that she’s been gone for over seven years, we suspect something bad happened to her.”
Investigators believe that Danielle Mouton met with foul play or may have been kidnapped. However, how they came to those conclusions hasn’t been shared with the public.
Danielle Mouton: What To Know
At the time of her disappearance, Danielle Mouton stood 5 feet 4 inches to 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighed 145 to 150 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. Both of her ears are pierced. She was reportedly last seen wearing a “black blouse, a rust-colored jacket, green slacks, rust-colored wooden shoes, and a Cartier watch with a black band,” according to The Charley Project. Danielle also has tattoos: “Marmar” and “Lady Koko” are two words inked on her upper left arm,
Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to contact the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office at (253) 798-7530 or their local authorities. The Agency Case Number is 101600564.
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