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Annie Horne Mysteriously Vanishes From Virginia In 2001
There hasn’t been much published about Annie Horne, but her case has remained unsolved for nearly two decades. June 3, 2001, was the last time anyone had contact with the 38-year-old, however, where she was or who she may have been with hasn’t been shared publicly. At that time, Annie resided on Yorktown Road in Richmond, Virginia and according to authorities, her home suggested that Annie would return at some time.
When investigators took inventory of the residence, the personal belongings of Annie Horne were left behind. It’s reported that her eyeglasses, clothing, wallet, keys, credit cards, checkbook, Bible, and her van were all located at the home. Annie worked at an insurance company as a secretary in 2001, but it’s unknown if her disappearance is connected to her place of employment or interaction with coworkers. The depth of the investigation into this case is a mystery as there is almost no information available, including if there were any persons of interest or suspects questioned.
At the time of her disappearance, Annie Horne stood 5 feet 4 inches tall and was 125 pounds. She had brown hair, brown eyes, and both of her ears are pierced. Annie wore eyeglasses, but it’s reported that she didn’t have them with her when she was last seen. She also has a noticeable mole in the middle of her forehead. Her middle name is “Doris.” There seems to only be one photo of Annie made publicly available.
Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the Richmond Police Department at (804) 646-6769 or their local authorities. Her agency case number is 060330067.
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