Metropolitan Police Department: Homicide Investigation - Chandra Ann Levy
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Homicide Investigation - Chandra Ann Levy

Characteristic   Description
Race and Gender   White Female
Height   5' 4"
Weight   108 lbs
Hair   Dark brown
Eyes   Hazel
  Chandra Levy

The Metropolitan Police Department is seeking information about the homicide of 24-year-old Chandra Ann Levy. Ms. Levy was reported missing in May 2001. On May 22, 2002, her skeletal remains were found in a heavily wooded area of Rock Creek Park in Northwest Washington, DC. On May 28, 2002 the DC Office of the Chief Medical Examiner ruled Ms. Levy's death a homicide; the precise cause of death remains undetermined.

Ms. Levy was expected to travel from Washington, DC, to her hometown of Modesto, California, on May 9, 2001, to attend her graduation from the University of Southern California. From September 2000 until May 2001, she had been living in DC at an apartment building located at 1260 21st Street, NW, while working as an intern for the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Her parents attempted to contact her by phone from May 1st to May 6th. After failing to do so, they contacted the MPDC and reported her missing.

Police checked her residence and found no signs of a struggle. However, personal items, such as credit cards and her driver's license, as well as packed luggage, were found inside her apartment.

Anyone with information pertaining to the death investigation of Chandra Ann Levy is asked to contact the Metropolitan Police Department at (202) 727-9099. The Department currently offers a reward of up to $25,000 to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for any homicide committed in the District of Columbia.