Details of Alexandria Lowitzer

  • Missing Since: 04/26/2010
  • Missing From: Spring, Texas
  • Classification: Endangered Missing
  • Sex: Female
  • Race: White
  • Date of Birth: 02/03/1994 (28)
  • Age: 16 years old
  • Height and Weight: 5’2, 145 pounds
  • Clothing/Jewelry Description: A white tee t-shirt or spaghetti-strap top, a grey hooded zip-up sweatshirt, black and white checkered skinny jeans, and black sneakers are all appropriate. Carrying a blue LG/AT&T slide phone and a multicolored checkered backpack with a dark strap. This case summary includes a photo of the backpack.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian female. Brown hair and blue eyes At the time of her disappearance, Alexandria’s hair was dyed a dark red. Ali, Alex, and AJ are her nicknames. Her ears and nose are pierced, and her upper and lower teeth are braced in pink. Between her eyes, she has a faint chicken pox scar.

Details of Disappearance

Alexandria was last seen on April 26, 2010 in Spring, Texas. At 3:00 p.m., she left school and arrived at her usual bus stop on Low Ridge Road near her home.

She called her mother on the way, telling her that she was going to walk to her workplace, the Burger Barn on Treaschwig Road, to pick up her paycheck. Burger Barn was only a quarter-mile away, but she’d never walked there before.

Alexandria informed her mother that she lacked her house key, but her mother stated that the house was unlocked. She never showed up at the restaurant, never returned home, and has never been seen or heard from again.

Alexandria’s disappearance was initially classified as a runaway, but investigators are now looking into other possibilities. She left behind many personal belongings that a typical runaway would have taken, including her makeup, purse, phone charger, clothes, and money, and her cell phone hasn’t been used since she vanished.

Alexandria used her phone frequently before going missing, sending thousands of text messages each month. Entries in her journal indicated she was considering fleeing, but her family claimed there was no evidence the journal entries were recent.

Alexandria’s parents describe her as an artistic and well-behaved adolescent who participated in softball, school choir, and Girl Scouts. They stated that she rarely socialized outside of her home and would instead invite friends over.

Homicide detectives were assigned to investigate Alexandria’s disappearance several weeks after she went missing. Police stated that it was not because they suspected she had been murdered, but because she had been missing for a long time with no leads. Her case is still unsolved.

Investigating Agency

  • Harris County Sheriff’s Office 713-221-6000

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