Angelic “Anji” Dean: Missing teen from Camas left behind frightening note Found

UPDATE:  7/10/14 – Anji has been found at a mall in Happy Valley, Oregon by a Good Samaritan who tried to help Anji and notified officials.  A woman named Jennifer told KGW that Anji introduced herself as Anji but asked to be called, Daisy.

“It is clear that the local and national news coverage as well as the widespread sharing of this family’s story via social media such as Facebook and Twitter was integral in leading us to her safe return,” Sgt. Kevin Allais told the press. “This is an active investigation that includes the crime of human trafficking. We will be continuing our investigation.”

This video talks about how Anji was found and the background on her case and the people that worked on getting her home.     Anji’s story starts about midway into the video.

Previous story:  Angelic Tracy “Anji” Dean, 17,  has been missing from Camas, Washington since June 23.

Her mother revealed that she left a message that said in part, “If you’re reading this, I’m either missing or dead.”

“She had been telling some people for a while that she was involved in something, that she was in over her head, that she was scared, but they couldn’t get any more information than that our of her,” Lynda Jorgenson, Anji’s mother told the Camas Post Record.  A final text message she sent to her boyfriend read, “They were going to kill you and my family….and I loved you.”

Anji was last seen after she was dropped off at her home at 4:30 p.m. by a man.  He was driving a blue, Volvo/  The neighbors said the man was black, 25-35- years old with a goatee.  Police would like to talk to that man.

Anji left behind her cellphone, ID, band cards and eyeglasses, which leaves the police to believe that Anji meant to return home.

Anji was last seen wearing black tights, white Nike tennis shoes with light green soles and a white razor-back tank top.  She may have a white backpack.

If you have any information please call the Clark County Sheriff’s OFfice at 360-397-2029.

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.

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