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Find Missing Karen Rena Hawkins!

Get Justice 4 Karen Rena Hawkins!

Find missing Karen Rena Hawkins!
She was missing from home.
Her disappearance lasted only a dew days.
Then she was found deceased.
It happened over half a century ago.
Her manner of death is ruled a homicide.
Today, this baby’s death remains unsolved.
What happened to her?
Who murdered her?

Find Missing Karen Rena Hawkins!
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Find Missing Karen Rena Hawkins!

WASHINGTON, C.C.–On May 17, 1968, Karen Rena Hawkins, aka Peaches, disappeared from her home inthe 2400 block of 18th Street, NW. Her body was found a few days later in the basement of 2526 17th Street, NW. Her living situation at the time is unknown. Her death is ruled a homicide, but no other details are available. According to her photo in the flyer, she may have been an infant at the time. DC police are offering a reward up to $25,000 for any information that can lead to an arrest or conviction in this case.

Find Missing Karen Rena Hawkins!
Appeal

Karen Rena Hawkins has been a missing infant over 51 years ago. Only days later, her body was found. After over five decades, this is a shockingly limited information case. How did baby Karen die? Her manner of death is ruled a homicide. But what kind of homicide? What was her living situation at the time? Did someone have a motive to harm the person (s) caring for her at the time? Do you have any information about the May 17, 1968 disappearance of Karen Rena Hawkins? Do you have any information about the persons (s) responsible for her disappearance and death?

Find Missing Karen Rena Hawkins!
Contact Information

Have info? You can contact the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) at: 1-202-727-9099 or 1-202-715-7300. You may email unsolved.murder@dc.gov. You may contact the anonymous Tip Line at: (202) 727-9099. This number is manned 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Callers may request to remain anonymous. It is the Command Information Center. You may anonymously TEXT the MPD Text: 50411. Give 5-0 the 411 with the new Text Tip Line: 50411. Text messages are monitored by members of the department 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Tips are then analyzed and passed on to the appropriate unit or division for follow-up. Because the tip line is anonymous, the sender will not receive a response to the original message. Message and data rates may apply. You may call 9-1-1 (emergency) or 3-1-1 (non-emergency).

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