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05 June 2018
Cold Case Tuesday: The New York State Police and Schenectady Police continue to investigate a missing person case from 2008
 
 
 NEW YORK STATE POLICE 
 Major Robert E. Patnaude
 Troop G Commander
 
 
 
PRESS RELEASE

Cold Case Tuesday: The New York State Police and Schenectady Police continue to investigate a missing person case from 2008
 
The New York State Police and Schenectady Police Department continue to investigate the disappearance of Lutricia Steele. Steele was last seen by her family leaving her residence at 1118 Webster Street in the city of Schenectady on May 1, 2008.
 
At the time of her disappearance she was living with her mother, step- father, and two of her four children and was 27 years old. She was also known as Lutricia Zasa, TiTi, and Trish.
 
Lutricia is a white female, 5’06”, 125 pounds, blue eyes and light brown hair. She has three tattoos: an image of a tiger on her left ankle, “Shawn” with ribbon on her left arm, and “Kasin” on her left chest.
 
Members of the New York State Police Troop G Major Crimes Unit along with the Schenectady Police Department still continue concentrated efforts to solve this missing person case and request continued assistance from the public. Anyone with information can call New York State Police at (800) 448-3847. 

 


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