Get Justice 4 Audrey Hamilton!

Get Justice 4 Audrey Hamilton!

Get justice 4 Audrey Hamilton!
She had just reached legal adulthood.
She was at someone’s house.
Someone raped her.
Even worse, they murdered her.
It was 26 years ago
Since she was found deceased.
Who killed this teen girl?

Get Justice 4 Audrey Hamilton!

Get Justice 4 Audrey Hamilton!

WASHINGTON, D.C.–On Sunday, August 29, 1993, the body of 18-year-old Audrey Hamilton was found. It was located in the rear of a house in the 600 block of Savannah Street, SE. She had been raped and murdered. The Metropolitan Police Department seeks the public’s assistance in gathering information regarding this incident. A reward up to $25,000 is being offered for information leading to an arrest (s) and/or conviction (s) in this case. Few details are available in this case.

Get Justice 4 Audrey Hamilton!

Audrey Hamilton was found murdered 26 years ago. Sadly, she is on the wrong side of unequal quests for justice for crime victims. She suffered a rape before her murder. However, I am unable to find any bulletins, press releases, or articles commemorating or remembering Hamilton or her homicide. I have not found anything on Facebook, either. I cannot locate any family or anyone who knows her. If anyone knew Audrey Hamilton, please get in touch! Surely there is someone (s) out there who misses her.

Do you have any information concerning the identity or whereabouts of the person (s) responsible for the death of Audrey Hamilton?

Get Justice 4 Audrey Hamilton!
Contact Information

Have info? You can contact 1-888-919-CRIME or email You can contact the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) at: 1-202-727-9099 or 1-202-715-7300. 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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