April Beth Pitzer
April Beth Pitzer was last seen in the vicinity of the 30000 block of Caspian Way in Newberry Springs, CA. She told her roommate that she was leaving on a bus to visit her mother in Arkansas, but never arrived. Pitzer had also been a model for a variety of clothing stores in Arkansas and Texas. She left behind two young daughters, whom she reportedly doted upon.
In December 2005, clothing was found in a mine shaft in Ludlow, California. In January 2006, April's mother positively identified the clothing as belonging to her daughter. There was no other sign of April at the scene. April has a medical condition and requires medication.
Classification: Endangered Missing Adult
Alias / Nickname: Coggins or Campbell
Date of Birth: February 19, 1974
Date Missing: June 28, 2004
From City/State: Newberry Springs, CA
Missing From (Country): USA
Age at Time of Disappearance: 30
Height: 69 inches
Weight: 125 pounds
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Hazel
Identifying Characteristics: Small round scar on left side of chest, scar on elbow, scar on lip. No upper teeth.
Clothing: Wears size 6 athletic shoes or sandals.
Jewelry: Gold hoop earrings.
Investigative Agency: San Bernardino Sheriff's Dept.
Phone: (760) 256-4838
Investigative Case #: DR 080401661
NCIC #: M-314239727
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