Toi Mitchell Went Missing From St. Louis In Either 2000 Or 2001

Posted on October 16, 2020, 2:52 am
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Unlike most other missing person cases, Toi Mitchell was reportedly last seen six months after she last spoke with someone. It was back in 2001 when anyone was said to have had contact with the 24-year-old St. Louis, Missouri resident, but she’s seemed to have vanished into thin air.

On August 27, 2000, Toi Mitchell was allegedly in contact with an unknown person and it was the last time she was visibly seen. Details remain scarce in this case, but it’s reported that the last time anyone spoke with her was on February 5, 2001. What happened during those six months remains a mystery. It’s unclear if no one spoke to her during that time or if she seemed in distress during her last conversation. Investigators reportedly don’t believe that she’s voluntarily missing and they’re treating Toi Mitchell as an endangered missing person. Agencies are conflicted over Toi’s missing person date as some cite 2000 while others list 2001.

At the time of her disappearance, Toi Mitchell stood 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighed 100 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. There aren’t any further details about distinguishing marks on her body or what she was wearing when she was last seen. The Doe Network reports that Toi’s dental records and fingerprints are not on file, but her DNA has been cataloged.

Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the St. Louis Police Department at 314-444-5738, the Missouri State Highway Patrol at (573) 526-6178, or their local authorities.

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