Lasheky Hill was last seen in Racine, Wisconsin on March 26th, 2023.
Lasheky is an African American female, 5’1”, and 168 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing white pants or leggings and had a black purse with gold rhinestones. She may also have a long blonde wig. She has facial piercings, one on each cheek, along with multiple tattoos.
Her tattoos include a small tribal tattoo on the right side of her neck, “Lil Raymond” on the left side of her neck, “LEVAR” on the center of her chest, “ALMIGHTY” on her left forearm, “$heky” and a set of dice on her right forearm, a large unknown tattoo on her lower back, and an unknown tattoo on her left thigh.
She was last seen on the evening of March 26th leaving her residence in the 1000 block of Dr. Martin Luther King Drive in Racine.
Police interviewed one man who said that he was with her when she left in a car with another man, but family say surveillance shows that she never left.
Lasheky's mother stated that she went missing the day before her birthday and that she knew something was wrong when
nobody heard from her. She hadn't responded to her Facebook page, and never deposited the money that her aunt had sent as a gift through the CashApp.
Lasheky has two children and three grandchildren and had made plans to spend time with them on her birthday.
Lasheky is 46 years old.
Law Enforcement is unsure if she is still in the area and considers the circumstances of her disappearance unusual. It is unlike Lasheky to have no contact with anyone for this amount of time. Dozens of people have been interviewed, search warrants have been issued, and dozens of abandoned buildings, parks and wooded areas have all been searched. Police said they're also working with state and federal law enforcement to help locate her.
In a Press Conference the Racine Police Department pleaded with the public to come forward if anyone knows anything about her whereabouts. Deputy Chief Jessie Metoyer stated that that they have followed up on every tip received and conducted dozens of searches. "To have absolutely no contact from her for even a period of 48 hours was very unusual and as time has gone on, it's become more and more concerning. To date, our efforts have not resulted in locating Lasheky. Our investigation is not over and it will not end until we bring her home."
The Racine Police Department is offering a $2,200 reward to anyone with information regarding Lasheky’s disappearance.
Tips can be submitted to detective Andrew Simon at 262-635-7770 or the Racine County
non-emergency line at 262-886-2300. If you'd like to remain anonymous, contact
Racine County Crime Stoppers by calling 888-636-9330 or visiting www.racine.crimestoppersweb.com or make a tip via the P3 app.
Any leads or information should be directed to:
Racine Police Department
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