When MÖTLEY CRÜE took the stage at a recent concert, the band received some startling news. Just weeks before, one of their devoted Baltimore fans had simply vanished on her way to their March 6, 2005, concert in Washington, DC. Her friends say that she wouldn't have missed this concert for the world. Loyalty means a lot to the band and especially to Tommy Lee and Nikki Sixx, so they decided to team up with "America's Most Wanted" to find their missing fan. They're offering a $10,000 reward to bring this woman home. Tune in as MÖTLEY CRÜE joins the "AMW" crew to help find a missing rock 'n' roll fan on "America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back" Saturday, May 14 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT) on Fox.
Tracey Gardner-Tetso never made it to the March 6 concert, and when her friends tried to call her cell phone, it was turned off. On Monday, March 7, Tracey's friend, Christian, who she was supposed to go to the concert with, called her office to see if Tracey had shown up for work. Tracey's supervisor and friend, Monika Barilla, told Christian that Tracey wasn't in yet. Christian told Monika that Tracey had never made it to the concert. "Tracey is a fun-loving person. She loved rock-n-roll and MÖTLEY CRÜE was her favorite," Tracey's friend Monika told "AMW" producers. By Tuesday, March 8, Tracey was still missing and no one had heard from her. Her friends decided to call the police.
Police immediately questioned Tracey's family and friends. But no one has seen or heard from her since 3:05 on March 6. Then, cops tracked down a small piece of the puzzle. Police say there is a record of Tracey's car passing through the southbound tube of the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel at 7:48 p.m. the night she went missing. Her last outgoing cell phone call was at 3:05 p.m. when she phoned her friend, Christian, who had bought her the MÖTLEY CRÜE tickets for her birthday.
According to officials, Tracey's car was later found in the Glen Burnie area at a local Days Inn. So far, police have few leads as to Tracey's whereabouts and are hoping with national attention, someone might come forward with the clue they're looking for.