Discussion in '2010's Missing' started by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed, Dec 1, 2012.
The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)
Interesting details, maybe they will spark somebody's memory.
"Wearing a red burgundy/black wig."
"Acrylic fingernails colored in Pink, Pink Sparkles and Silver Sparkles".
"Silver post tongue ring 2 toned silver/gold Vanity Fair wrist watch"
On the Body
"Blouse brand "Mezzan" Padded bra, size small, brand "XOXO" Pink Victoria Secret underwear size small 1 green sock, 1 pink sock"
On the Body
"Large Hoop Earrings Black beaded choker style necklace with matching ankle bracelet"
Her remains have been located. Wrapped in a blanket and buried at a construction site. It’s not being reported on msm and she’s still listed in Namus so I’ll keep looking for a link to share.
Family shared the info on this link
Remains Identified Source:
The link isn't working for me for some reason
Oh wow thanks for the info. Unfortunately that link does not work for me either.
I posted a link a couple of years back on this thread where her mother used to write. This is the link I have and iam reposting it findsteviebates
finally... can't even imagine what her family and those who loved her are feeling...
ETA: Beautifully written tribute on the site that can not be named here but is linked to a link above ^ wow...
Where was Stevie Bates body recovered? What is the deal with police refusing to release the identities of homicide victims and hindering these cases from being solved?
These remains were hers. Apparent human remains wrapped in blanket found at Queens construction site, police say
So when a young girl who went missing (and police refused to investigate) is identified, NYPD doesn't even announce the missing teenage girl was found murdered, and the murder victim's family has to now? Is this what "policing" is in 2021?
Exactly.. NYC has gone to $hit no joke... don’t even get me started..
Thanks for link... wow they just recently found them. I had not seen this.
This isn't an NYC problem, it's a police problem
it’s crazy! Last week we had a mother reach out to us for help because her son was missing, they told her he has a drug history and probably on a bender, they refused to take a report. Several days later police were called to a home that her son was last known to be at, his remains were found and it unable to be identified until the following day. The homeowner is now on the run for murder. Still nothing in the media. It’s incredibly frustrating.
The police the mayor the governor everyone in charge.. oh don’t get me started ha!. It’s gotten really bad here. Feels like we are moving backwards.
Hi, I’m the cousin of Stevie Bates and would like to briefly say that after scanning this thread, it touches me to know there were many searching eyes, dedicated to uncovering new information and updating our family throughout the years. Because of this outpour of love and care, our family was never alone in this search. With the recent discovery of Stevie’s remains, we would like to properly lay her to rest and fund an in-depth investigation of her attacker. Because of the passage of time and gross inaction of proper officials, there is some difficulty processing a criminal case. However, our family is encouraging those following Stevie’s case to visit www.findsteviebates.com for updates as well as share and donate at
Please Help! Stevie Bates: Devastating Update, organized by Vivian Jones
Again, a huge thank you to the Websleuths community from Stevie’s family.
MAY 7, 2021
Mother searches for answers after daughter's remains found in Queens 9 years later - ABC7 New York (abc7ny.com)
Close to nine years later, authorities were investigating the discovery of human remains at a construction site on Cypress Avenue in Glendale, Queens.
Craig Elka, a construction superintendent, was there when the discovery was made.
"In the bank about five feet down, the excavator pulled up a rolled up blanket, and he noticed something fall out of it," Elka said.
They were bones that had been there for years, confirmed to be Stevie's remains.
"Now we're just praying for a miracle, for someone to come forward, for justice to be served. For Stevie," she said.
Stevie's mom is desperate to solve this case. If you have any information, please call the police.