At the time of her disappearance, 18 year old Teresa Kay Davis was staying at her sister's home in Tacoma, Washington. When her sister returned to her home on November 1, 1973, Teresa was gone. Her sister also noted that despite the cold weather, the front door to the home was left open, and all of Teresa's belongings were left inside of the home.
Later, on an unknown date, Teresa's sister received a letter postmarked from Anchorage, Alaska. This letter was reportedly sent by someone claiming to be Teresa, although this has not been confirmed. There has been no further information released about Teresa's disappearance, the investigation, or the letter.
Sadly, there isn’t any information available about who Teresa was as a person, as well as further information or details regarding the investigation into her disappearance. Teresa deserves justice just as much as any other cold case or missing person’s case, and you may be the one who can help bring Teresa home to her family who misses her dearly.
At the time of her disappearance, Teresa was described as a Native American female with black hair and brown/hazel eyes, 5'6" tall, and weighing around 120 lbs. Today, Teresa would be 66 years old. If you have any information regarding the 1973 disappearance of Teresa Kay Davis, please contact the King County Sheriff's Office at (206) 296-3311.