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The Missing
Alexis S. Patterson
Alexis Patterson
Alexis Patterson
Alexis Patterson
Alexis Patterson, age-progressed to 14 years
Alexis Patterson, age-progressed to 17 years
- Circa 2002 -
Age-progressed to 14 years
Age-progressed to 17 years

MISSING since May 3, 2002 from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Police Case #02M1745
NCIC Case #M-892390101
NCMEC Case #NCMC934881

Endangered Missing
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42 lbs.
Date of Birth:
April 4, 1995
Lexi, Pie

Identifying Characteristics:
She has a scar under her right eye and bump on her left pinky finger. Her primary and secondary teeth are crowded, and her gums are dark in color. Patterson's ears are pierced. She is right-handed.
A red pullover nylon hooded jacket with gray stripes running down each sleeve, a light purple blouse or a blue shirt with horizontal stripes, light blue jeans, and blue and white high-top Nike tennis shoes. She was wearing cluster-type diamond sunflower-shaped earrings with yellow gold posts, and her hair was styled in two French braids which were pulled back into a ponytail. She was carrying a pink Barbie book bag.
Circumstances of Disappearance:
Unknown. Alexis' photos are shown age-progressed to 14 years and 17 years, respectively. She lived with her mother and stepfather in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and was last seen on the morning of May 3, 2002 when her stepfather walked her to school at Hi-Mount Boulevard School in the 4920 block of West Garfield Avenue near 49th street. Her stepfather said he watched Patterson walk towards the playground before he headed back home. Patterson never went to classes that day, although students reported seeing her crying on the playground before and after school. She has never been heard from again. Her mother and stepfather were not notified of Patterson's absence until after her school was dismissed that afternoon. The surrounding areas were searched after she was reported missing, including canvassing nearby Washington Park. No trace of her was found, and investigators believe she disappeared under suspicious circumstances. They reclassified her case from a missing child to a criminal investigation the following month. Her case remains unsolved.
Investigating Agency/Contact:

Milwaukee Police Department: 1-414-935-7401
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children: 1-800-843-5678



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