Find Missing Irene Kouame!

Missing Teen Girl, Endangered Runaway, Cold Case

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Find Missing Irene Kouame!

Find Missing Irene Kouame!

Find Missing Irene Kouame!
They called her a runaway when she went missing.
And they still call her that today.
But Irene has been missing for over 16 years.
Isn’t this a terrible long time fr a runaway
To stay away with no family contact?

Find Missing Irene Kouame!

Find Missing Irene Kouame! Irene Kouame has been missing since August 23, 2001. She is missing from Pasadena, California.
Irene is classified as an endangered runaway. Her year of birth is 1984. At the time of her disappearance, Irene was 17 years old. Her current age is 33 years old. Irene Kouame is described as an African-American female. Her hair is black and her eyes are brown. She is described as 5’8″ tall and 130 pounds at the time of her disappearance. Irene speaks French as well as English. When she was last seen, Irene was last seen wearing white shorts and black sandals.

Find Missing Irene Kouame!

Irene Kouame disappeared from her home in Pasadena, California. She disappeared on August 23, 2001. Authorities believe she left of her own accord. Irene may have remained in the local area after she went missing, or she may have left the state of California. She is from the nation of Cote d’Ivoire in Africa and was in the United States on an exchange student program at the time of her disappearance. Her case remains unsolved. All details of her disappearance remain unknown: her mode of transportation, who last saw her, if it was like her to run away, family dynamics, and if she took anything with them. And there is no information about any police investigation into her disappearance.

Find Missing Irene Kouame!

Irene Kouame has been missing for over 16 years. There need not be any dispute she left of her own accord. It’s not an argument that initially, Irene voluntarily disappeared. Runaways have been known to stay away from home for months or even years. But what runaway would stay away from home for over 16 years? And she does nothing to contact her family or friends? Did she run away from an abusive, unloving home? Then her staying away would make sense. If police have ever considered foul play, they have never made it public. When someone, even a runaway, stays missing this long, something has happened to her. Irene’s family seem to have no Internet or social media presence. Any searches efforts they have made are unknown. It is unfortunate that no one seems to have actively searched for Irene. Someone (s) somewhere misses Irene, and for their sake, answers need to be found. Something happened to Irene Kouame!

Someone (s) knows something! Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Irene Kouame? Do you have any information concerning the person (s) responsible for her disappearance? If you have any information, please contact the Pasadena Police Department
(California) at: 1-626-744-4241 or at: 1-626-744-4501. Or you can contact the National Center For Missing AND Exploited Children
at: 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678).

The above information can be found on Irene Kouame’s Charley Project Page. I have adapted and remixed it. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial 4.0 International.

The above image is courtesy of he Pasadena Police Department.

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I'm a Christian, meaning that I have a relationship with God, through trust in HIs Son Jesus. I'm a pro-life blogger, and I have three websites, focused on the sanctity of life. The first one is, which is specific to calling for an end to abortion through educating people about alternatives and pro-life news and opinions. The second site,, is also devoted to ending abortion through reaching out to moms in crisis and educating them on alternatives. This second site has the broader aim of celebrating the sanctity of all human life. Born and unborn. I want to reach a broad audience through the second site. The third site,, is devoting to finding missing persons, identifying the unidentified, and bringing justice to victims of crime.

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