GA - Lisa Geise, 26, Gwinnett County, 26 Feb 1989

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  1. jodierenee

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    This one seems like it is easily solvable...not sure why she hasn't been found!





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    Lisa Marie Geise
    Missing since February 26, 1989 from Gwinnett County, Georgia
    Classification: Involuntary




    Vital Statistics
    • Age at Time of Disappearance: 26 years old
    • Date Of Birth: December 18, 1962
    • Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Petite build. Wears contact lenses.




    Circumstances of Disappearance
    On February 26, 1989, Lisa Geise disappeared from her Norcross office.
    Someone had started a fire at the picture frame company where Lisa worked. The fire had triggered the company's sprinkler system. The sprinklers were not connected to a fire alarm, so the water had poured down for hours undetected. When employees had arrived that morning, the water was ankle deep. And by the desk of Lisa, the same spot where the fire was started, there was a pool of blood in the water.
    Throughout the day, Gwinnett County Police had organized a massive search for Lisa. During that search they found Lisa's purse on the roof of a nearby building. Nothing was missing from the purse but the keys to Lisa's 1983 Nissan Pulsar. The vehicle was found parked a block away from the office building.
    Detectives found a blood-smeared 10-pound doorstop discarded in the woods near the company. They also had found a cloth mail cart smeared with blood in the same woods. And faint blood stains were found on the door of a company van.
    All the employees of Lisa's company, her fiancé and her roommates, were rule out as suspects.
    Lisa had been just weeks from her wedding day when she vanished. She had lived in Gwinnett County for about a year before she vanished. She is a native of Pensacola, FL.




    Investigators
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

    Gwinnett County Police Department
    770-513-5300 or 770-513-5100.

    NCIC Number: M-670386683
    Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.
     
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    It sounds like LE know who the killer is but they just don't have the evidence to prove it. That is terrible.

    I wonder why Lisa was the only one at work when the guy got there? Did she always come in earlier then everyone else? I wonder if they tested the clothes the guy was wearing that day or if they even knew what he had been wearing. I'm sure that they tested everything possible. It is such a shame that this guy is going to get away with murder. This happens to often in the workplace.
     
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    Family seeks answers in 27 year old missing woman case

    http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/family-seeks-answers-27-year-old-missing-woman-cas/nqYyM/

     

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