Find Missing Dixie Green Arensen!

Find Missing Dixie Lee Arensen!

Find missing Dixie Lee Arensen!
She has been missing for 49 years!
She was last seen before she left for her
Place of worship to prepare a church bulletin!
She was a church worker.
And she has never been seen again.
What happened to Dixie?

Find Missing Dixie Lee Arensen!

Find missing Dixie Lee Arensen! Dixie has been missing since August 25, 1968. She is missing from Los Angeles, California. Her case is classified as endangered missing. Dixie was born on January 1. She was 20 years old at the time of her disappearance. Her current age is 69 years old. At her disappearance, Dixie was 5’6″ and 135 pounds. Arenson is a Caucasian female. She has brown hair and brown eyes. Arensen wears eyeglasses. She can’t see well without them. When she vanished, Dixie left her glasses behind.

When last seen, Dixie was wearing a royal blue empire-style dress. Her dress had three quarter-length sleeves. Dixie wore olive-brown shoes with a medium heel. She was wearing a yellow gold engagement ring. It had a 1/3rd carat diamond. And it had a matching wedding band with a small diamond. There is no description of any known scars, birthmarks, piercings, or tattoos.

Find Missing Dixie Lee Arensen!

Dixie Lee Arensen was at Hillcrest Christian Church at the time of her disappearance. This church was in the 17500 block of Rinald Street. It was in the Grenade hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Dixie was last seen at 7:30 A.M. on Sunday, August 25, 1968. She left home to prepare a church bulletin and has never been heard from again. Arensen’s blue car was found parked outside the church at 9:35 A.M. Her keys were in the church office. Her eyeglasses were on the office floor. And the electric typewriter was running. There was no sigh of a struggle.

Find Missing Dixie Lee Arensen!

Dixie’s olive-brown 14-inch long envelope-style church disappeared with her. There has been no activity on her checking account since her disappearance. And her passport was left behind. Dixie would not have been able to see well without her glasses. Two months before she went missing, Arensen had gotten married. She lived with her husband in the 10800 block of Zelzah Avenue in Los Angeles. Her husband was an associate youth minister at the church. Dixie didn’t normally prepare church bulletins on Sundays, but on Thursdays and Fridays. Arensen’s father believed that someone followed her to the church office and attacked her there.

However, no suspects have ever been named in Dixie’s disappearance.

Find Missing Dixie Lee Arensen!Appeal

Dixie Lee Arensen has been waiting for justice for 49 years Her family has been waiting for answers for 49 years. She went missing as a newlywed. Her case has lasted for 49 years. There have been no new developments. What about suspects? None. Any arrests? None. Arensen’s family have been living a nightmare for close to five decades. Most of that was long before social media, technology, and all the available support for families with missing loved ones today. Someone (s) knows something! Do you have information about the whereabouts of Dixie Lee Arensen? Her missing purse? If you know anything, you’re advised to contact the Los Angeles Police Department. Call them at: (818) 756-8861

The above information can be found on Dixie’s Charley Project page. I have adapted and remixed it. And it is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial 2.0 License

The top image is courtesy of Dixie’s NamUs Database.


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