Cops Confirm Bones Belong To Little Analyce Guerra
Sgt. Bobby Gibson of the Smyrna Police Department in Tennesee stated DNA tests confirm that bones found in January 2008 in a stone quarry belong to Analyce Guerra, a toddler who went missing in 2006. »The Full Story
Hair (Color, Description, Facial Hair):
- Shoulder length
- Last seen in a ponytail
Other Phys. Characteristics:
- Cherry birthmark over her left eye on her forehead
Scars and Tattoos:
Analyce has this birthmark near her left ear.
Other Possible Locations:
Last updated August 27, 2008
Jan 04, 2008
Little Analyce Put To Rest
Analyce Guerra, a two-year old missing since April 23, 2006, has been recovered. Unfortunately, it was too late to save her. On January 4, 2008, hikers walking in the Stone River Battlefield in Murfreesboro, Tenn. discovered a human skull. When authoriries combed the scene, they found more bones.
DNA analysis confirmed that the bones belonged to Analyce.
Analyce's mother Eva Guerra remained hopeful during the two-year investigation, and believed that her daughter was alive. She said her daughter had been asleep on the living room floor about 11 p.m. the night before she was reported missing. Eva said she awoke to find Analyce missing
and the front door unlocked.
Out of 48 Amber Alerts issued in Tennessee, Analyce is the only child who has not been brought home alive.