Find Missing Audrey Tutu Scott!

Missing Woman, Missing with Medical Needs

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Find Missing Audrey Tutu Scott!

Find Missing Audrey Tutu Scott!

Find missing Audrey Scott Tutu!
She is missing with medical needs!
When she disappeared, she didn’t have her medications with her.
She seemed to have vanished out of thin air.
But she didn’t; something happened to her.
Where is this young woman?

Find Missing Audrey Tutu Scott!

Find missing Audrey Tuto Scott! This woman has been missing since July 4, 2017. She is missing out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Audrey has medical conditions. She needs medication she does not have with her. This woman was last seen in downtown Milwaukee in the area of Water Street and Juneau Avenue. This was when she went missing. That was on July 4, 2017. She reportedly disappeared that night at an unknown time. Little information is available about the circumstances of Scott’s disappearance.

Find Missing Audrey Tutu Scott!

There has been a Facebook page set up for this missing woman. Audrey Tutu Scott is described as an African American/Native American female. This is according to an alternate missing poster. She is 28 years old. Scott is described as 5’5″ and weighing 160 pounds. Her hair is black and her eyes are brown. Audrey was last seen wearing Blue shorts and a Green Bay Packers T-shirt. Audrey was wearing Green shoes. Scott takes medication that she does not have with her. Audrey has her nose pierced and has several tattoos.

On July 29, Audrey’s mom posted a status update, pleading for her daughter’s safe return.

It’s day 25 of my baby, Audrey Scott, going missing. Today is the day that both of my parents passed on. Today is, also, the day of my niece’s (Vette) babyshower and I believe that God wants our family to come together, as a unit of strength, to bring Tu-Tu home to us. We MUST go to the babyshower and pray, as a family, for Tu-Tu’s safe return. Also, there is a Stop the Violence rally @ Washington Park @ noon…I will be passing out flyers there. #FindAudreyScott — feeling determined.

Find Missing Audrey Tutu Scott!
Call for Awareness

This is a limited information case. Foul play seems not to be suspected in her case. Seemingly, hers is mostly a mysterious disappearance. And Audrey is a missing minority adult. These are all reasons her missing case is unlikely to get much attention or publicity. It’s up to us to get her name and face out there. And consider following the Facebook page set up for Audrey Tutu Scott. It is linked below. If you have seen Audrey Tuto Scott, please call 9-1-1 right away. Have information that can help locate her? You are urged to contact Detectives Thomas, Hunter, or Behni. They are with the City of Milwaukee Sensitive Crimes Division. Request any of them at: (414) 935-7405. There is a $5,000.00 reward for the safe return of Audrey Tutu Scott. Or you can contact Bring Our Missing Home, Inc. Tip-Line (810) 294-4858
Law Enforcement Incident # 171950090
Bring our Missing Home, Inc. Case # BOWI170704AS

There is a Facebook page set up for awareness and the search for Audrey. Use Facebook? Consider clicking to “like” this page.

In addition, you can find a missing page for Audrey on Twitter.

The above poster and additional information are courtesy of Bring Our Missing Home, Inc.

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