Missing Person: Foul play suspected in 1995 disappearance of Maryland teen

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Tracie Lynn Mosley was 18 years old when she was last seen in Maryland nearly two decades ago.

After visiting two nightclubs in Pikesville, Md., a friend dropped Mosley off in the early morning hours of April 17, 1995, at Highfalcon Road and Pittston Circle in Reisterstown, the Baltimore County community where the teen lived. Mosley hasn't been seen since, Baltimore County police said.

At the time of her disappearance, Mosley was a budding actress who was planning to get her GED, said her friend, Stephanie Lurz.

"She was very talented. She was very funny," Lurz told The Washington Examiner.

Investigators strongly believe that Mosley was the victim of foul play. The teen's purse was located near where she was dropped off, so Mosley would not have had money to travel. Additionally, the young woman's friends told police that Mosley was not the type of person who would disappear and not make contact with anyone, police said.

Mosley was declared legally dead in 2000. However, she has never been found, and police have never had any concrete leads, Lurz said.

Mosley is described as a white female, 5 feet 10 inches tall and 150 pounds, with hazel eyes. She had long brown hair at the time that she went missing.

Anyone with information can call Baltimore County police at 410-887-3943 or 410-307-2020. People can also contact Metro Crime Stoppers by calling 866-7-LOCKUP or texting "MCS" plus the message to 274637.

njagoda@washingtonexaminer.com

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Naomi Jagoda

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The Washington Examiner