Updated: Dec 30, 2019
Missing Since March 23, 2004
Beulah Ann Ware was last seen in Green Bay on the afternoon of March 23, 2004. Beulah's husband, Tyrone Ware, reported Beulah missing on March 30th and then he subsequently left the area. Law officers sought Tyrone Ware as a person of interest in the case due to his history of domestic abuse charges and loss of contact with officers after the disappearance. However, after locating him, they were unable to determine if a crime had been committed or if Beulah had left on her own accord. In 2007, Tyrone Ware was killed in Green Bay as a pedestrian when a drunk driver hit him and drove nearly a mile with Tyrone wedged in the windshield.
Beulah was not working at the time of her disappearance and she relied heavily on services and support provided by the community. Ultimately this caused the investigation to be greatly stalled as there were very few ways to track her movements or activities.
Beulah was 47 years old when she disappeared. She had brown hair which was turning gray, and hazel eyes. She is 5'5", edentulous, and has a two inch vertical scar on her forehead above her left eye. She may be known by the nickname/alias "Beulah Ann Beasley."
Any leads or information should be directed to:
Green Bay Police Department
Detective David Graf
You can find more on NAMUS: National Missing and Unidentified Person System Case MP774
"Police seek help in finding missing Green Bay woman." Nathan Phelps, Green Bay Press-Gazette. May 11, 2005.