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Missing Alicia Anne Digna
Digna, circa 2008
Missing Since 08/27/2008
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 07/23/1982 (38)
Age 26 years old
Height and Weight 5'4, 130 - 170 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description Black denim shorts and a white shirt.
Medical Conditions Digna suffers from multiple sclerosis and has a lumbar shunt. She also has an inoperable tumor on her lower spine. She is allergic to the medications morphine, succinylcholine chloride, Dramamine and Neurontin. Digna is in great need of numerous medications and specialized medical care. Her medical problems are life-threatening and could also result in permanent brain and spinal cord damage.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Dark brown hair, blue/green eyes. Digna has numerous surgical scars, including one extending from her back lumbar area to her waist, one above her waist in the front pelvic area, and one on her right wrist. She has a hole drilled in her skull and her right wrist has an implanted metal plate. Digna's arms are of slightly unequal length and her left arm bone is slightly malformed. She has a tattoo of the phrase "Property of Charley Davidson" or "Property of Charley", possibly with roses, on her right shoulder. Her ears are pierced and she wears eyeglasses, but she may not have had them with her at the time of her disappearance.
Details of Disappearance Digna was last seen in Romulus, Michigan on August 27, 2008. She was driving her burgundy four-door 1992 Pontiac Grand Am with Michigan license plates at the time. She has never been heard from again.
Digna's car was found abandoned a week after her disappearance, at Mount Elliott and east Vernor on the east side of Detroit, Michigan. Her loved ones stated it would be uncharacteristic of her to leave the car, as she enjoyed being independent in spite of her medical problems.
All of her personal belongings were left behind, and since her disappearance she hasn't accessed her Social Security disability benefits or used her medical insurance. Her case remains unsolved.
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