Find Missing Louise Alva Ayala!

Missing Senior Citizen, Suspicious Disappearance, Cold Case

Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these
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Find Missing Louise Alva Ayala!

Find Missing Louise Alva Ayala!

Find missing Louise Alva Ayala!
She has been missing for almost two decades.
She is a missing older woman.
Foul play doesn’t befall only younger people.
It happens to older people also.

Find Missing Louise Alva Ayala!

Find Missing Louise Alva Ayala! Louise Alva Ayala has been missing since July 6, 1998. She is missing from Lakewood, California. Louise is classified as an endangered missing person. Her year of birth is 1933. At the time of her disappearance, Louise was 65 years old. Her current age is 85 years old. Louise Alva Ayala is a Latino female of Hispanic origin. Her hair is gray and her eyes are brown. She is described as 5’2″ tall and 135 pounds. When she was last seen, Louise was wearing light-colored t-shirt, dark-colored pants and a gold necklace.

Louise Alva Ayala has pierced ears. And she has a hysterectomy scar on her abdomen. Also, her ears are pierced. Louse may use the name Louise Ayala Brabenec.

Find Missing Louise Alva Ayala!

Louise Alva Ayala was last seen in Lakewood, California. She was last seen on July 6, 1998. Ayala was at her weekly piano lesson at the time. She has never been heard from again. The missing person was last seen by family on 07-07-1998. Due to suspicious circumstances discovered during the investigation, it is believed the missing person was the victim of foul play. And the case is being handled by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau. Ayala was single and often traveled in 1998. She was not reported as a missing person immediately after her disappearance as a result. Her loved ones told authorities that she enjoyed spending time with friends and family members. Her case remains unsolved.

Find Missing Louise Alva Ayala!

Louise Alva Ayala has been missing for over 18 years. Hers is another “few details are available” case. How can someone, anyone, be missing for year after year? All we know of Louise’s disappearance is that it is suspicious. And she is presumed to be deceased. She may be someone’s mother, grandmother, friend, aunt, and much more. Her loved ones, wherever they are, need answer, not just suspicions.
Someone (s) knows something (s) that can help bring answers to Louise’s family who have suffered for almost 20 years. Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Louise Alva Ayala? Do you have any information concerning the person )s) responsible for her disappearance?

If you have any information about the case, please contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department at: (562) 866-9061. You can
contact your local law enforcement agency. Or you can the California Department of Justice at 1-800-222-FIND (24 hour nationwide toll-free Hotline). Or you can contact (916) 210-3119 or Email us at Or you can leave your tip online: Click here to leave your tip online.

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

The above image is courtesy of Louise Alva Ayala’s NamUs Database.

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