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Missing Elizabeth Diane Vaughn
Elizabeth, circa 1992
Missing Since 06/18/1992
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 04/02/1964 (56)
Age 28 years old
Height and Weight 5'2 - 5'4, 115 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description A floral-print white blouse, khaki pants and black Reebok shoes.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Red hair, hazel/green eyes. Elizabeth's ears are pierced. She has a mole on her left cheek. She goes by her middle name, Diane.
Details of Disappearance Diane was last seen in Gallatin, Tennessee on June 18, 1992. She had recently moved into an apartment in Hendersonville, Tennessee with her young daughter, and would drop the child off at her mother's house while she was at work.
Her blue 1991 Ford Tempo was found abandoned on June 20, parked outside O'Charley's restaurant on Two Mile Parkway at the Rivergate Mall in Goodlettsville, Tennessee. One employee at O'Charley's thought he'd seen her sitting alone at the bar on the night of June 18, but everyone else said she hadn't been there. Police believe the car may have been parked at the restaurant to mislead the investigation.
One witness reported seeing a woman matching Diane's description outside of O'Charley's at 11:00 p.m. on the night of her disappearance, getting into a truck with a man who had shoulder-length red hair and a beard. The man's pickup truck was a red 1980s model with a toolbox, chrome running boards and white spoke wheels. This sighting has never been confirmed.
At the time of her disappearance, Diane was seeing a married coworker and had just started divorce proceedings against Bruce. Police called his actions after her disappearance "bizarre": he refused to cooperated with the investigation and quickly retained an attorney. He also gave two different versions of when he last saw Diane: in one version, he said she left his house at 8:00 p.m., and in another story he claimed she left later, sometime after 9:30 p.m.
Investigators believe Diane was the victim of a homicide. Her case remains unsolved.
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