Wanda Dawson-Rogers-Campbell Never Returned After Meeting A Friend in 2003

Posted on September 12, 2020, 10:41 pm
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It has been 17 years since anyone has had contact with Wanda Dawson-Rogers-Campbell. Like many of the other cases I’ve reported on, finding information regarding the circumstances of Wanda’s disappearance has proven difficult. It was April 19, 2003, when the last contact was made with the 31-year-old, but there are few details available about who she may have been with, where she may have been going, who was actively involved with her personal life, and anything of the like.

Wanda Dawson-Rogers-Campbell MissingMultiple reports state that Wanda Dawson-Rogers-Campbell was in Baltimore, Maryland, and was last seen driving away from an unknown location in a green Pontiac Grand Prix. The vehicle was fitted with an Ohio license plate donning a temporary tag that read D224055. It’s reported that Wanda was meeting up with an acquaintance but never returned. The acquaintance has not been named. Wanda’s car was later located in Baltimore.

Any persons of interest or suspects have also remained a mystery.

At the time of her disappearance, Wanda Dawson-Rogers-Campbell stood 5 feet 5 inches tall and 105 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. Wanda was last seen wearing a black and red windbreaker, black jeans, and black and red Nike sneakers. Any jewelry she may have been wearing is unknown. The Doe Network reports that her dental work and fingerprints are not available for analysis, but her DNA has been stored. Wanda was known to use the aliases “Diamond Raheem” and “Wanda Campbell.”

Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to contact the Baltimore Police Department at 443-984-7395 (Case #: 036D12956) or their local authorities.

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