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Vesper Levy, 53: Last Seen At Her Hollywood Home In 1991
Tucked away in the bustling neighborhood of Hollywood, California, is Gregory Avenue. It’s doesn’t stand out like nearby popular areas including Melrose Avenue and Sunset Boulevard, but Vesper Levy called the small street home. The 53-year-old lived on the 5800 block of Gregory Avenue, and her residence would be the last place that anyone saw her.
It is unclear who the last person to see Vesper Levy was and it is unknown if she left her home or was just seen on the street, but she hasn’t had contact with anyone since January 4, 1991. Gregory Avenue is a tight road that runs just about a half-mile with closely compacted, old apartment buildings—a far cry from the idealized version of what the world believes Tinsel Town looks like. Information about Vesper’s personal and professional life remains a mystery, however, it is reported that she “may be visiting European countries.”
At the time of her disappearance, Vesper Levy stood 5 feet 8 inches tall and weigh 165 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. She had a small scar on her nose and a mole on her upper left lip. She also went by the name “Vesper Ann Burwell” and has been known to use her middle name, “Ann,” as her first name. Vesper’s dental records are reportedly on file. She would be 83-years-old at the time of this publication.
Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the Los Angeles Police Department- Adult Missing Persons Unit at (877) 275-5273 or (213) 996-1800, or their local authorities. The agency case number is 91-0641366 and her NCIC number is M-498367324.
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