Vicki Lynn Nisbett
Missing since December 14, 1991 from Cedar Park, Williamson County, Texas.
Classification: Endangered Missing
Circumstances of Disappearance
Nisbett, a mother of three young children, was last seen leaving her apartment in Cedar Park, Texas on December 14, 1991 on her way to a company Christmas party.
She had never missed work before, and she had never left her kids alone. She was an employee of the Texas Municipal League.
Nisbett's husband reported her missing on December 16th. He said she left bound for Austin saying she needed some time away. Nisbett's parents say it is unlike their daughter to just leave without notice. The Nisbett couple were scheduled to be divorced in January although they were living together at the time of Vickie Nisbett's disappearance.
Detectives found traces of blood in the Nisbett's apartment and DNA analysis matched the blood to Vicki's. They believe she might have been attacked in the master bedroom. It looked like someone had tried to clean up the blood in the room.
Nisbett was driving a brown 1987 Dodge Aries station wagon bearing license plate 968-QWA. Her vehicle was discovered abandoned in a parking lot off of Mopac Boulevard in Austin, Texas on February 8, 1992. An anonymous caller led authorities to the car, which appeared to have been at the lot for several weeks.
Foul play is suspected.
Investigators Williamson County Sheriffs Office
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Texas Missing Persons Clearinghouse (toll-free)
Williamson County Sheriffs Office
NCIC Number: M-534576267 Source Information:
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Texas Missing Persons Clearinghouse
Houston Chronicle 6/6/92