Home » Aneshia Harris, 19: Skipped School & Vanished In 1993
A Detroit, Michigan teen who went missing in 1993 has barely been talked about in public reports in decades. Aneshia Harris was a 19-year-old student in the Motor City when she mysteriously vanished all those years ago. Once again, like many of these cases, there isn’t much known about Aneshia, her life, or her family. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem that there has been any movement on her case since its inception. Where she attended school hasn’t even been shared.
The Limited Facts Shared About The Case
According to the National Missing & Unidentified Persons System (NamUs), Aneshia Harris decided on April 3, 1993, that she didn’t want to go to school. Instead, it’s reported she took a trip to her stepbrother’s girlfriend’s house. What her relationship was with her stepbrother or his girlfriend is unknown, as are their names. No one has seen or heard from Aneshia since that time.
There haven’t been reports regarding if Aneshia reached her destination, if there was anyone else at home if she did arrive, and if she left the location and went missing after her visit.
Aneshia Harris: What To Know
At the time of her disappearance, Aneshia Harris stood 5 feet 3 inches to 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighed 115 to 125 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. Her hair was reportedly worn short, but she may have had her hair styled in braided extensions.
Aneshia also had pierced ears and is described as being a nail-biter. She had keloid scars behind both of her ears. She last wore a t-shirt, jeans, and white low-top Nike shoes. Aneshia’s middle name is “Chevon,” her nickname is “Neisha,” and it’s reported that she may go by the name “Nicole” or “Nikki.” She would be 47 years old at the time of this publication.
Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the Detroit Police Department at (313) 596-1800 or their local authorities. Her agency case number is 1605140231.
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