KY - Lydia Perkins, 14, Lexington, 26 Oct 1997

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  1. Kat

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    Lydia Ann Perkins


    Case Type: Endangered Missing
    DOB: Dec 21, 1982 Sex: Female
    Missing Date: Oct 26, 1997 Race: White
    Age Now: 27 Height: 4'11" (150 cm)
    Missing City: LEXINGTON Weight: 90 lbs (41 kg)
    Missing State : KY Hair Color: Red
    Missing Country: United States Eye Color: Hazel
    Case Number: NCMC841272

    http://www.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/PubCaseSearchServlet?act=viewChildDetail&caseNum=841272&orgPrefix=NCMC&seqNum=1&caseLang=en_US&searchLang=en_US


    Lydia's photo is shown age-progressed to 25 years. She has a brown circular birthmark on the right side of her neck, a scar on her right eyebrow and a scar in the center of her forehead. She has shoulder length hair which may be dyed red. She may use the last name Moberly. (Mother's maiden name is Moberly)

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/p/perkins_lydia.html

    Charley Project gives a few more additional details:

    She was last seen at her parents residence at 1 PM in Lexington Kentucky. Friends reported seeing her in the vicinity of her home on Rugby Drive. Her family reported her missing within a few hours. She has never been seen or heard from again.

    She was known to stay away from home without permission but she rarely went outside of her neighborhood.

    The exact circumstances of her disappearance are unclear.

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    This is the case that I have been following for years. I can't find any information for her other than the two missing pages above. No articles~ nothing. I brought her here hoping others might have a look into her case also. Today I discovered she is not entered into Namus and I am unclear how to get her entered.

    Prayers for Lydia that comes home soon.
     

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    Very sad . Where is the outrage ? Ugh!
     
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    So sad! Praying for her, too bad she did not get more exposure:/
     
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    Lydia lived the next street over from me. Her family still live in the neighborhood (Cardinal Valley). I wish we could get a lead or something...anything, including a corpse, is better than nothing. :(
     
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    Another Lexington television station did a story about Lydia Ann Perkins in 2012 on the 15th anniversary of her disappearance.


    Tomorrow marks 15th anniversary of missing Lexington girl

    It's a parent's worst nightmare, a child vanishing without a trace.

    Lydia Perkins was just 14-years-old when she disappeared from a Lexington street corner in October 1997.

    Little is known about Lydia's disappearance, Thompson said her daughter was last seen outside of a friends home on Londonderry Drive in the Cardinal Valley neighborhood.


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    http://www.wkyt.com/home/headlines/...sary-of-missing-Lexington-girl-174845921.html
     

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