Kimberly Langwell missing from Texas since 1999

Kimberly Ann Langwell, 34, has been missing from Beaumont, Texas since July 9, 1999.  Kimberly was last heard from at 5:30 p.m. on July 9, 1999 when she called her teenage daughter.  She told her she would be home around 6:30 p.m. for their dinner plans, after stopping by her boyfriend’s house.  Kimberly did not show up and her current boyfriend went out to look for her.  He found her silver 1994 Nissan Altima in the Eckerd Pharmacy parking lot located on Dowlen Road and Phelan Blvd. at 10:30 p.m. that evening.  Kimberly’s purse and car keys were not inside the car, but her cell phone and other personal items were.

On the website “Mothers Are Vanishing” it was posted about Kimberly:   “Kimberly had been threatened and frightened of her ex-boyfriend, who, by the way, has not been named in any news articles I could find. She was frightened to the point of telling her sister that if something happened to her, that she did not commit suicide, and where to look for her body; she intuitively knew something bad was about to occur and wanted someone to know. Unfortunately, it was not enough, and as the years of investigation have gone by, Kimberly is still missing.”

Kimberly was employed at the Mobil Oil refinery in Beaumont, Texas.  She was 34-years-old at the time of her disappearance and 5’3″ tall and 130 pounds.  She has blonde hair and blue eyes and a scar under her chin.  She also has a birthmark on her back.  She may go by the nickname of Kim and use the last name of Clark.  She was wearing a white shirt with “Cozumel” on the front and the image of a diver on the back, jeans and white tennis shoes.  She had a Seiko watch and a silver necklace with an angel pendant, silver hoop earrings and a gold wedding ring on her left hand.

Case Report – NamUs MP # 966 – DNA sample submitted.


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