For the 100th episode, I interviewed JoAnn Lowitzer, who is the mother of 16-year-old Alexandra “Allie” Lowitzer, who attended Spring High School in Spring, Texas. Allie was active in art, choir, softball, and Girl Scouts. But Joann’s life changed...
For the 100th episode, I interviewed JoAnn Lowitzer, who is the mother of 16-year-old Alexandra “Ali” Lowitzer, who attended Spring High School in Spring, Texas. Ali was active in art, choir, softball, and Girl Scouts. But Joann’s life changed forever on April 26, 2010. It was just like any other day for the Lowitzer family. Ali had asked her mom for permission to walk to the Burger Barn and collect her paycheck. She also wanted to see if she could work that night.
Joann originally said no, but Ali begged and pleaded. She had never walked to her job before and it was only a short distance from her home. Joann finally gave in and gave Allie permission to walk to her job after school. Allie got off the bus that day at 3pm and then began walking to work. She would disappear and never be seen again.
Ali vanished 11 years ago. There have been no tips or any information about her whereabouts. JoAnn told me she still hopes that her beloved daughter is still alive. JoAnn has worked with a PI who received a tip that Allie was a victim of sex trafficking and might be in a trap house in Ohio. JoAnn told me the tip didn’t lead to anything significant.
Do you know what happened to Ali? Her mother is still hoping she can find out what happened to her daughter. Unfortunately, as the days pass, it reduces the odds of Allie ever being found alive. JoAnn said that whenever she hears about an unidentified body being in the area, it concerns her because she knows it could be Ali.
If you have any tips about Ali Lowitzer, please contact either the Harris County Sheriff’s Department @ 713-967-5700, Crime Stoppers @ 713-222-TIPS or you can also visit the alexandrialowitzer.com for additional information about this case. You can also visits Allie's FB page: Hope for Ali; Alexandria Joy Lowitzer
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