Renewed interest in Teekah Lewis case

The thirteenth anniversary of Teekah Lewis‘s disappearance from a Tacoma, Washington bowling alley was on the 23rd. And the authorities are wondering if a serial predator might have been involved in her abduction:

  • Four months before Teekah vanished, a man molested a four-year-old boy in the bowling alley’s restroom.
  • A few weeks later, a stranger tried to lure a six-year-old boy at the same bowling alley.
  • Only a few hours before Teekah went missing, someone tried to abduct two children from a local park less than a mile from the bowling alley. He fled the scene in a Pontiac Trans Am — the same make of vehicle that was seen speeding from the bowling alley parking lot around the time Teekah disappeared.

For some reason the authorities didn’t put this all together until now, but needless to say they’re now looking into the possibility that all these incidents were connected.

King 5
The Tacoma News Tribune

3 thoughts on “Renewed interest in Teekah Lewis case

  1. Kim January 29, 2012 / 2:03 am

    This little girls case was on Nancy Grace when she was profiling missing kids. They interviewed her mother. In that whole story nothing was said about earlier molestations in that alley. Did police do any exam on the little boy for any DNA? Breaks my heart that there was one or 2 people looking to abduct kids in the close area of the alley. I have no idea if someone really tried to lure your kids away..why they would not report it immediately. .

    • Meaghan January 29, 2012 / 2:46 am

      Dunno about DNA. Depending on the nature of the sexual attack on the boy, there may have been no DNA to find.

      If the molester really was a regular patron of the bowling alley, he certainly had a lot of nerve, doing that where he knew people would recognize him.

  2. Princess Shantae January 29, 2012 / 9:34 am

    If somebody is looking for little kids to olest or kidnap a bowling alley is good a place as any. Lots of kids hanging around, lots of parents busy bowling, very noisy, crowded place where a lot can go on and not be noticed.

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