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Brandi Ellen Wells
Brandi Ellen Wells
Brandi Ellen Wells
Brandi Ellen Wells
Brandi Ellen Wells

MISSING since August 2, 2006 from Longview, Texas

Police Case #TXDPS: M0702003

Classification:
Endangered Missing
Hair Color:
Blonde
Age Missing:
23
Eye Color:
Blue
Gender:
Female
Height:
4'11" - 5'0"
Race:
Caucasian
Weight:
120 -125 lbs.
Date of Birth:
November 28, 1982
Alias/Nickname:
Boo, Blinky

Identifying Characteristics:
Shoulder-length hair, blinks eyes often. Her ears are pierced, and she has French tips on her fingernails. She previously broke her left thumb.
Clothing/Jewelry:
Black high heeled sandals, rust-colored gaucho pants, and a dark floral-print tube top with a "v" cut over the hip or a floral print cream colored V-neck halter top.
Circumstances of Disappearance:
Unknown. Wells was last seen in Longview, Texas on August 3, 2006. She planned to go to a pawnshop to get some money, but ended up going to Graham Central Station, a nightclub, instead. Wells is known to have arrived at the club at 10:30 p.m. She was unfamiliar with the area where the club was located, and had to call them several times to ask for directions. By the time she got there, her car was almost out of gasoline and she asked other customers for assistance, but it is unclear whether anyone offered to help her. She left alone shortly after midnight, and has never been heard from again. Wells’s black four-door 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix was found five days later parked westbound on Interstate 20 at Texas Highway 31, just outside of Longview and 300 yards west of FM 2087. Inside were some of her personal belongings, including her wallet, purse and her ex-boyfriend’s nonfunctional cellular phone. There was no sign of Wells at the scene and no indications of a struggle, but the driver’s seat was reportedly pushed back, as if someone taller than Wells had driven it last. After Wells disappeared, there was some activity on her cellular phone, which had disappeared with her. Three people found the phone and used it. All three individuals took a polygraph test; one of them, a man, failed it. The man has not been publicly identified, and though he has been interviewed multiple times by police, he has not been called a suspect in Wells’s case. Wells may have been taken against her will and foul play is possible in her disappearance. Her case remains unsolved.
Investigating Agency/Contact:

Longview Police Department: 1-903-237-1110 
Or
Gregg County Sheriff's Office: 1-903-236-8408

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