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TX ALI LOWITZER: Missing from Spring, TX - 26 April 2010 - Age 16

Discussion in 'Missing 2010 to 2014' started by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed, Feb 20, 2017.

  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Ali Lowitzer is missing from Texas since April 2010.

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    Alexandria, whose nickname is Ali (or AJ or Alex), was last seen getting off her school bus in Spring, Texas on April 26, 2010. She had told her mother she was going to walk to her workplace, about 1/4 mile away, to pick up her paycheck. She never made it to her work and never made it home.

    Authorities initially believed Ali was a runaway, but now they are looking at other theories.


    NCMEC - http://www.missingkids.com/poster/NCMC/1146491/1

    NamUs -

    FACEBOOK - Hope for Ali; Alexandria Joy Lowitzer - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hope-for-Ali-Alexandria-Joy-Lowitzer/201672396538703

    Charley Project - http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/l/lowitzer_alexandria.html

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  2. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Ali Lowitzer has not been seen since she got off of her school bus in Spring, Tx on April 26th, 2010. For almost 7 years her parents, family, friends and searchers have desperately been trying to share her story and bring the family some hope and much needed answers. Please take a few minutes to listen to her Mom, Jo Ann Davis Lowitzer plea for help and share her story. Ali is NOT A runaway and somebody knows something! Please watch this video and share it. What if this was your child? #hopeforali



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    Kimster Administrator Staff Member

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  4. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Mom of missing Spring teen to hold benefit marking anniversary of her disappearance

    For more than seven years, a mother in Spring has struggled to figure out what happened to her teenage daughter.

    She's putting together a benefit to help raise money to continue the search for Ali.

    "She was stolen from her family and stolen from her future," Joann said.

    The sheriff's office investigation grew cold. Leads dried up. No arrests ever made.

    But her mother doesn't quit.

    The benefit is being held at Moosenuckles Bar, located at 4307 Treaschwig Road in Spring. It starts at 11 a.m. Sunday with a live auction at 3 p.m. The benefit will include barbecue, a photo booth, a bounce house, face painting, snow cones and a DJ.

    All of the proceeds go toward the effort to continue the search for Ali.

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  5. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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    Ali Lowitzer's mom raises awareness about daughter's disappearance and Missing Persons Day

    The Spring High School sophomore, Ali Lowitzer was last seen getting off her school bus on the afternoon of April 26, 2010, not far from her family's home. She never returned home. Ali's disappearance is still so heartwrenching for her mom, 8 years later.

    “I get asked all the time if it gets easier. I always say no. When you suffer the death of a loved one, you have the closure. But a missing person—you’re left with the not knowing. And that’s a nightmare," said Ali Lowitzer's mom, Joann.

    Lowitzer is now taking the worst tragedy in her life to serve a purpose by helping other families nationwide. "If I can help some family, that's what my goal is. It's worth it." Lowitzer raised awareness her daughter's disappearance in Spring and pushed for the commemoration of National Missing Persons Day, Saturday, February 3rd, 2018.

    In honor of National Missing Persons Day, there will be an event on Saturday from 3-5pm at Houston City Hall at 901 Bagby Street.

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  6. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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    Where is Ali? Spring mom still fighting to find her daughter 8 years after girl's disappearance

    Eight years ago, a Spring teenager walked to pick up her paycheck from an after-school and weekend job. Ali Lowitzer never returned to her family's home a quarter mile from the Burger Barn.

    What had been the family house is now home to Lowitzer and her mother. She and her husband divorced after Ali's disappearance. She continues to tirelessly advocate for the daughter, who would be 24 now. Quiet by nature, it did not come naturally to her.

    "I've had to be brave and find my own courage and I hope she's doing the same," she said, brushing back a tear.

    Lowitzer collected donated items to be auctioned this weekend to help with the reward fund, which now stands at $25,000. It's a lot of money and it hasn't been collected.

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  7. kdg411

    kdg411 Well-Known Member

    May 28, 2018

    She asked Ali to text her to let her know her plans, but when she got home, she found no sign of Ali.

    Surveillance video showing Ali on the bus

    John tracked down the school bus company, and requested that he be allowed to review the video footage. Ali appeared in the footage, and John was able to confirm that Ali had been on the bus the entire time.

    On the video, John saw that two young men got off the bus at the same time Ali did. The Lowitzers recognized one of the boys as a neighbor, who told Jo Ann and John that they walked with Ali for a while but that she veered away from the neighborhood on a path that would have led toward the Burger Barn.

    But the owner of the Burger Barn told John that he never saw Ali the day before — she had never come to the restaurant, and never picked up her paycheck.

    Police began their investigation close to home, and interrogated John for hours. John admitted that Ali had been “very angry” with him since he andJo Ann had separated two years earlier.

    Detectives also reportedly took a long and hard look at Ali’s older brother Mason. Mason said that he had heard the bus coming on the day Ali disappeared, but told police that he left the house and never saw his sister.

    Mason and John both took polygraph exams. Police say that both were found not to be deceptive to the questions they were asked.

    Detectives later said that John was cleared of any involvement in connection with his daughter’s disappearance but, even though Mason passed the polygraph, police did not officially clear him from suspicion.

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