WUSA9.com has issued another "Missing Person" alert for Tracey Gardner-Tetso, a Baltimore County woman who has been missing since March 2005 when she failed to meet friends for a MÖTLEY CRÜE concert in Washington.“I made her a promise. From the beginning that I would never stop searching for her until we found her. And I'm going to keep my promise," says Tracey's mother, Cathy Gardner. Tracey was last seen on March 6, 2005. She was supposed to be meeting a male friend for a MÖTLEY CRÜE concert at D.C.'s Verizon Center. "She never arrived at the concert," says Baltimore County Police spokesman, Bill Toohey. E-Z Pass records confirm Tracey's black 1996 Trans Am passed through the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel about an hour after that concert started. Minutes later, at 9:01 pm, surveillance cameras capture Tracey's car pulling into a Day's Inn hotel off Ritchie Highway in Glen Burnie. "There is a man getting out of the car but it is entirely too difficult to identify him," says Toohey. Police say a search for the car gives no clues to Tracey. Also there is no indication Tracey has used her cell phone or tried to access bank accounts since she vanished. Read more at WUSA9.com.
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