Missing Person Utah
Missing Person California
Could this Jane Doe be Amy Westreicher? I received a message from Tara Kellick Edwards and she told me that she had found what she believes is a match for missing Amy Westreicher.
“I posted this on your page and I’ve also contacted the Utah and California police departments. I haven’t gotten any reply back from either side. I can’t just let this go,” said Tara. “I also read the unidentified body in Casper’s Park was found in a shallow grave. So she was murdered. I don’t understand why this isn’t being taken seriously. Please help me solve these mysteries.”
Westreicher, 33, was last seen in late March 2010. She’d gotten into a verbal argument with a friend and left a location in Roosevelt on foot, according to Sgt. Jeremy Chapman. A former boyfriend reported her missing in August, the sergeant said.“We don’t know if she got picked up by somebody or what exactly happened,” Chapman said. “She just hasn’t been heard from or seen since.”
The police can move slowly when it comes to Jane Doe or cold cases. Many times they just don’t have the staff to cover these cases. It also looks as though Amy’s family is not around advocating for her. Family and friends is the best advocates for the missing, but if Amy’s family or friends are not there for whatever reason, there is no one leading the charge to find her, unless someone like Tara comes along.
Tara posted about Amy, “Today as I was researching the death of a friend I noticed on The Orange County California Coroners website all the unidentified people. That’s when I thought I’d google missing people and I was taken back when I saw this picture of Amy Westreicher. Here are the links I’ve researched
She was originally from California and went missing in Utah and the remains found of the unidentified woman was found in the same area she was from in California. Things just seem so similar, broken nose and all “
If you can help Tara with advice and help on the next step to see if this Jane Doe and Amy are a match, let us know, by putting a comment below. Tara and I will be reading. Thank you, everyone!