New search for missing Traci Pittman Kegley from Alabama

Traci Kegley
Traci Kegley

Missing Person Alabama Traci Pittman Kegley

March 2018 – Divers found possible evidence in a pond that may be connected to the Traci Pittman Kegley case, WSFA-TV reported. It was sent to the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences lab for testing.

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Traci Pittman Kegley, 30, has been missing from Elmore County in Alabama since April 1998.  Her 1993 Geo Storm was found on Old Georgia Road on April 26, 1998 with her two-year-old child.  She was no where to be found.

On Monday, a search is being conducted in an area where Traci was last seen.  A tip received by the authorities led them to the area where multiple different agencies are searching nearly 300 acres.  District Attorney Randall Houston confirmed a search warrant has been served.

Traci was living with her mother at the time of her disappearance.  She had due to start a new job at a dental office.  The divorce from her husband was recently finalized.

Traci Kegley
Traci Kegley

The search is to continue through the week.  The owner of the property they are searching is not considered a suspect.

Traci was “5’10, 140 pounds at the time of her d

isappearance. She has brown hair and green/hazel eyes. Her hair was frosted at the time of her disappearance. She has a Caesarean section scar on her abdomen, and her ears are pierced.

There is a $10,000 reward for information on Traci’s whereabouts.

Contact the State Bureau of Investigation at 1-800-392-8011, Crimestoppers at 334-215-7867 or the Elmore County Secret Witness Line at 334-567-5227 if you have any information.

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