Overview of Tracey Tetso
Tracey Leigh Tetso, of the 7800-block of Bluegrass Road, 21237, has been missing since March 6, 2005 and the case has been carried on news services and entertainment web sites around the nation.
The band Motley Crue stepped forward with a $10,000 reward offer after finding out that Tetso was on her way to the group’s concert in D.C. the day she disappeared – but she never made that concert.
Investigators have since found her car, but have little other information to go on. They are hoping anyone who had seen the woman or her car that day will contact police. Her car is a 1996 black Pontiac Trans Am with dark tinted windows, displaying Maryland tags LRN 534. It was found in a parking lot along Ritchie Highway in Glen Burnie, Md.
Tracey Leigh Tetso's 1996 Pontiac Trans Am was found in Glen Burnie, Maryland. Although there is no evidence of foul play, friends and relatives say it would be very unlikely for Tetso to disappear like this on her own.
Tetso's husband reported her missing after she was supposed to attend the concert in the Washington, D.C. area. Since then, detectives have learned that her car passed through the southbound side of the Harbor Tunnel on March 6, 2005 just before 8 p.m. and they hope someone may have seen the vehicle on the road. A Baltimore County jury found Dennis Joseph Tetso guilty of second-degree murder on October 22, 2010 in the death of his wife, even though her body was never found. He was arrested in this case on June 18, 2009.