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Olivette Lyvonia Turner

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  • Last updated: April 27, 2023
  • Nashville, TN
  • May 1, 1989

Overview of Olivette Lyvonia Turner

There is strikingly little information about Olivette's disappearance.

Olivette "Ollie" Turner called her family on May 1, 1989, saying that she had the intention of meeting her aunt in Pennsylvania. However, Ollie had no car or other means of personal transportation. She was known to hitchhike with truck drivers and frequented truck stops.

Her family alerted authorities of her disappearance on May 17, 1989, when she had not shown up at the aunt's home and family was not able to reach her. The aunt had no idea that Ollie had the intention of coming to visit her.

Ollie's case is still presently unsolved; she left behind a young daughter.

If you have any information, please alert the Nashville Metropolitan PD at (615) 862-7329.


  1. Date Missing:May 1, 1989
  2. Birthday:August 16, 1958
  3. Current Age:65
  4. Age at Incident:30
  5. NAMUS Number:MP70865
  6. Race:African-American / Black
  7. Gender:Female
  8. Height:5'4"
  9. Weight: 120 lbs
  10. Hair Color: Auburn, Shoulder Length

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