Details of McLemore Disappearance
Alyssa Angelique McLemore resided with her mum and grandmother in Kent, Washington at the time of her disappearance. Her grandmother talked to her on the phone at 6:30 p.m. on April 9, 2009. McLemore’s mum was dying of scleroderma, a severe autoimmune disorder, and on April 9 her grandmother said McLemore that her mum’s situation was deteriorating. She ensured her grandmother that she would come home.
McLemore Was In Kent
A witness reported noticing her in Kent that day, near 30th Avenue South and Kent-Des Moines Road. The region is visited often by prostitutes and their clients, and McLemore has a past of prostitution arrests. The observer saw a green 1990s model pickup truck, probably with Oregon license plates, approach McLemore.
She has never been listened to again.
Her mum perished three days later, but her family was incapable to get in touch with her.
Authorities found McLemore’s mobile dialed 911 at 9:15 p.m. on April 10, the day after she was last heard from. The dispatcher listened to a woman begging for help, but the phone did not have a GPS sensor and its precise location could not be deduced before the line went dead. Authorities think the call came from the Kent region, nonetheless. The caller has never been recognized, and the phone went out of service a few days later.
An observer reported noticing McLemore sometime before her disappearance with an anonymous man known to her. The man is characterized as Caucasian, in his 50s or 60s, about 5’8 inches tall, and 175 to 185 pounds. He drove a green pickup truck. It’s uncertain whether he had anything to do with her disappearance.
McLemore has a daughter who was three years old in 2009. At the time of her mum’s disappearance, the kid was living with her dad, McLemore’s boyfriend.
Her boyfriend interprets McLemore as a committed parent who would not have abandoned her daughter.
She was jobless at the time of her disappearance, and very close to her mum. McLemore likes dancing and roller skating. She dropped out of Kent-Meridian High School in her sophomore year.
Due to the situation of her disappearance, McLemore is deemed to be in threat. Her grandmother shifted to Auburn, Washington after her disappearance. Her case stays unsolved.