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Missing Vickie Lee Davis
Vickie, circa 1987
Missing Since 03/15/1987
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 10/28/1966 (54)
Age 20 years old
Height and Weight 5'1 - 5'2, 125 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Brown hair, blue eyes. Vickie may use the last name Bryant.
Details of Disappearance Vickie was last seen in Chipley, Florida on March 15, 1987. After work, she came home, did laundry and talked to her mother-in-law and husband on the phone. The conversation with her husband, Douglas Earl Davis, was the last contact.
Douglas reported her missing the next day. He stated she left a note saying she was going to her job at a McDonald's restaurant, but her coworkers said she wasn't scheduled to work. She often filled in for others who were sick, but no one had asked her to work for them that day.
Vickie reportedly took a suitcase, makeup and some clothes with her when she vanished. She has never been heard from again
Her car, a 1971 Nova, was found locked and abandoned in a parking lot behind a steakhouse next to the McDonald's. The keys were missing. There were no fingerprints at the scene besides those of Vickie and Douglas.
On a related note, in 1984, three years before Vickie disappeared, her husband was charged with murdering a coworker and her four-year-old son. Police believe he beat the woman and child to death with a board at Sunbelt Forest Products, a lumberyard in Bartow, Florida.
Douglas, who was eighteen years old at the time, was charged with the murders two days later. He failed six polygraph examinations about the case and he confessed, but a judge decided his statement was "psychologically coerced" and ruled it inadmissible.
Investigators viewed Douglas as a suspect in his wife's disappearance from the onset of the investigation and they stated Vickie's disappearance looked staged.
Vickie had never been known to park her car at the location where it was found, and the driver's seat was adjusted to fit someone taller than her. Her family also said she never wore makeup due to her religious beliefs and would never have taken any with her if she had left.
Douglas spoke to law enforcement about Vickie's case only twice, once when he reported her missing and once in 1993. He has since remarried and lives in Arkansas, and maintains his innocence in Vickie's disappearance. He says he heard she had hitchhiked to the West Coast, possibly California.
Vickie left behind a young daughter. Her family believes she is dead, as they don't think she would have abandoned her child. Foul play is suspected in her case.
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