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Tracey Turner, 26: Went Missing In 1995 Or 1996 From St. Louis

Tracey Turner, 26: Went Missing In 1995 Or 1996 From St. Louis

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It is always interesting to come across cases where no one is quite sure when someone has gone missing. I’ve reported on quite a few cases with this problem, and it is an issue that plagues investigators looking into Tracey Turner. The 26-year-old is said to have gone missing sometime in either 1995 or 1996, but the exact dates are unknown.

It’s also unclear how or why she was determined missing—meaning, who reported Tracey Turner as a missing person or the identities of the people who may have seen her last haven’t been shared. However, it has been reported that a friend of Tracey’s stated that before she disappeared, they last saw Tracey getting into a vehicle with a man. The description nor the identity of the man has been shared. The friend has since passed away, leaving the circumstances regarding Tracey’s disappearance even more puzzling.

Like many other stories reported on here at OBG, nothing is known about Tracey, her personal and professional lives, or her romantic relationships. She has never been seen again and her case has grown cold.

At the time of her disappearance, Tracey Turner stood 5 feet 8 inches tall to 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighed between 160 to 180 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair (often worn short or shoulder-length) and dark brown eyes. Her middle name is “Yolanda” and she also used the last name “Pierce.” Both of Tracey’s ears are pierced. She would be 53-years-old at the time of this publication.

Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department at 314-444-5338 (agency case number 17-049021), the Missouri State Highway Patrol – Missing Persons Clearinghouse at 573-526-6178, or their local authorities.

Please share this story about Tracey Turner to help reignite the investigation into her case. She is our sister and her life matters.

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Sources
NamUs
The Charley Project
Missouri State Highway Patrol

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