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Regina Dye, 29: Vanished From Memphis In 2004
Little is known about Regina Dye, and there has been next to nothing shared about her missing person case. The 29-year-old mysteriously vanished from Memphis, Tennessee on September 4, 2004, and since that time, there has been scarce information relayed to the public. Her family life, relationships, and workplace information are unknown, much like many of these cases, as is the extent of the investigation into her disappearance.
According to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs), Regina Dye was last seen at her Memphis home on the 600 block of Dunlap. Her last movements are unclear and it is unknown if she was in the company of another person. Sadly, only one photo of Regina has been made publicly available and I’ve included it at the top of this article. It is unfortunate that there isn’t much more to share, but reports such as these plague marginalized communities, especially considering our cases have often going ignored or dismissed.
At the time of her disappearance, Regina Dye reportedly stood anywhere from 5 feet 3 inches to 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighed 175 to 180 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. Both of her ears are pierced. Her middle name is “Lafaye.” Regina would be 47 years old at the time of this publication.
Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the Memphis Police Department at (901) 636-3700 or their local authorities. The agency case number is 0412003436ME.
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