CAMAS, Wash. – A Camas teen is missing but so far, police and family members have not found any sign of her.
Angelic ‘Anji’ Tracy Dean, 17, vanished on the evening of June 23rd.
Anji’s mother told police that she went downstairs to say goodnight and her daughter was gone. She estimated that Anji vanished between 9 p.m. and10:30 p.m.
She was last seen in the family’s home near 192nd Avenue in Camas.
Family members searched for Anji that night and then alerted the Vancouver Police Department.
Anji was last seen wearing exercise clothes. She had black tights on, that went to her mid-calf, a white razor back tank top and white Nike tennis shoes with light green soles. She may have also been carrying a white backpack. She left clothes behind, along with her makeup and eyeglasses, which she needs to see clearly.
Family members posted a Missing Person flyer around town and the Clark County Sheriff’s Office has taken the lead in the search for Anji. Investigators said Anji is thought to still be in the Greater Portland or Vancouver area.
On Sunday, the National Women’s Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation (NWCAVE) also launched this official search page for the teen. www.Facebook.com/HelpFindAnji.
Anyone with any information about Anji’s whereabouts was urged to contact Detective Scott Kirgiss at (360) 397-2028 and mention case #S14-7073. Tips can also be emailed to the Sheriff's Office.