What We Know
Hey, y’all. Welcome back to Missing Monday. The story of Amy Lyn Haueter begins over eighteen years ago on January 14, 2005, in a small town near Louisville, Kentucky. At only 14 years old, she disappeared from her home in Fern Creek, leaving behind more questions than answers. Today, Amy would be 33 years old.
Amy was last seen wearing a pink coat, jeans, and black Nike sneakers. She was also known to wear a necklace with an ‘A’ pendant, and two rings – one on her right middle finger, another on her left hand.
Physically, Amy is white, with brown hair and brown eyes. She stands 5 feet tall and weighs around 120 pounds. One notable physical characteristic is a surgical scar under her left arm that extends to her left breast. Amy also had her nose pierced on the right side and her ears double-pierced.
It’s believed that Amy may have left her home of her own accord. Prior to her disappearance, Amy had a history of running away. However, since her disappearance, there has been no evidence that she obtained a driver’s license anywhere in the United States, suggesting she might still be in the local area. Her disappearance was classified as ‘endangered missing’, due to a history of drug abuse.
In the years following Amy’s disappearance, age progression technology has been used to create a depiction of how Amy might look today. The most recent image shows her as a 25-year-old woman. Yet, despite these advancements and continued investigation by the Louisville Metro Police Department, Amy’s whereabouts remain a mystery.
Amy’s story serves as a reminder of the importance of continued efforts in solving missing persons cases, regardless of how much time has passed. If you have any information on Amy Haueter’s whereabouts, please contact the Louisville Metro Police Department at 502-574-2111.