Find Missing Evelyn Louise Davis!

Find Missing Evelyn Louise Davis!
Find Missing Evelyn Louise Davis!

Find missing Evelyn Louise Davis!
She is missing from home.
This teen girl was sunbathing at her family home that day.
And in the backyard.
A male acquaintance spoke to her then.
She left with him and was never seen again.
This happened over 39 years ago.
Where is Evelyn Louise Davis?

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Details

Find Missing Evelyn Louise Davis! Evelyn Louise Davis has been missing since June 21, 1979. She is missing from East Liverpool, Ohio. Evelyn Louise Davis is classified as an endangered missing person. Her year of birth is 1962. At the time of her disappearance, Louise was 16 years old. Her current age is 56 years old. Evelyn Louise Davis is a Caucasian female. She is described as 5’2″ tall and 110 pounds at the time of her disappearance. Her hair is brown and her eyes are brown.

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Descriptions

Evelyn Louise Davis was four months pregnant at the time of her disappearance. Davis goes by her middle name, Louise, and some accounts refer to her by that name. She has a scar on her lower lip and a discoloration on her right wrist. The mark on her wrist turns red when she’s nervous. When she was last seen, Louise was wearing a yellow and white v-neck sweater with white trim and horizontal stripes, blue jeans with red marks on the back, and clogs.

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Circumstances

Evelyn Louise Davis was last seen at approximately 2:00 P.M. on June 21, 1979. She was seen in her hometown of East Liverpool, Ohio. She sunbathed in her family’s backyard that day, and then Robert L. Wooten, the husband of one of her friends, came over to speak to her.

Wooten told Louise that his wife, who had been away, had come home and wanted to see Louise. She left with him and said she’d be back by 10:00 p.m., but she never returned.

The next day, Louise’s father and sister ran into Wooten while out running errands and asked where Louise was. Robert said she had run away from home and not to wait for her to come back. Louise’s family contacted authorities, who initiated an investigation.

Wooten claimed that he did not know Louise’s whereabouts. He stated that she planned to run away from her home on June 21 and he offered his assistance. Wooten claimed that he last saw Louise entering a truck driven by a man named “Frank Grimm” on the day she vanished.

Investigators were unable to identify such a person, And reportedly they could not locate any other individuals in the area who were familiar with Grimm. Louise left her makeup, toothbrush, purse and $500 in cash at her family’s home, which caused her family to think she had not really run away.

Investigators spoke to Debbie Taylor, an East Liverpool resident. This was two days after Louise vanished. Taylor was Louise’s friend and Wooten’s sister-in-law, but she initially claimed that the police were mistaken and she did not know Louise. She later changed her story and admitted they were friends, but said she had no idea where Louise was.

Taylor and two of her three children were murdered on June 25, two days after she spoke to authorities. Wooten confessed to the slayings. In the weeks following his confession, the police got an anonymous letter that accused him of killing Louise as well, and told authorities where to find her clothes. The police did find her clothes, but haven’t said where they found them.

Wooten was sentenced to life in an Ohio prison for the murders of Taylor and her children. He continues to maintain his innocence in Louise’s case and has not been formally named as a suspect. It is unclear who is the father of Davis’s unborn baby. Foul play is suspected in Louise’s disappearance.

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Appeal

Evelyn Louise Davis has been missing for 39 years. After almost four decades, her loved ones, friends, and community still have no justice or answers. Louise went missing before technology, DNA testing, and missing persons awareness.
And as she was pregnant at the time, her baby has also been missing for almost for decades. And Louis’s child would be over 39 years old today. Where is Louis? Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Evelyn Louise Davis? Do you have any information concerning the person (s) responsible for her disappearance?

Do you have any information? You may contact the East Liverpool Police Department at: (330) 385-5564. You may contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children: 1-800-843-5678. You may call 9-1-1 or your local police.

NCMEC: 1167492
NamUs: MP9633

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