Do You Know What Happened To Lindsay Harris?

The 21-year-old, originally from New York, was last seen in Las Vegas, NV in 2005.

Lindsay Harris [photo provided by family]

By: Michelle Sigona

Investigators are searching for the person who murdered 21-year-old Lindsay Harris. She was last seen alive on camera on May 4, 2005 when she made a deposit into a Bank of America in Henderson, NV. After that deposit witnesses say she was seen on the Las Vegas strip before disappearing. Lindsay’s family reported her missing and there was a search to find her. There wasn't any activity until 2008. Police say a group of children made the gruesome discovery of finding a severed leg 20 miles south of Springfield, IL. Less than 24 hours later, authorities found a second leg. Both legs were eventually positively identified and linked directly to Lindsay Harris. Since this identification, the Illinois State Police have handled this investigation and it remains active today.

TRAITS & CASE DETAILS

DOB: September 3, 1983

HEIGHT: 5 feet 5 inches

WEIGHT: 120 pounds

DATE OF CRIME: around May 4, 2005

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