Amy Josephine Liebl, 18, is remembered as a bubbly and fun-loving girl. She was working towards getting her GED. She had moved out on her own for the first time and it seemed like she was stablizing after stuggling with drug issues. She’d been to rehab once before and had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and prescribed lithium. She was working two jobs and was living with a roommate.

Amy was reported missing on January 17th, 1992 by her roommate, Larry Faulkenberry, three days after she was last seen at her apartment in The Village, Oklahoma. According to statements made by the roommate, he last saw her at midnight (or 930 pm depending on his story) with four black men leaving her bedroom. Her eyes were allegedly dilated. He also said all the recent pictures of Amy disappeared from the apartment when she did. Larry later took a lie detector test and it was inconclusive.

Additionally, it’s been shared that the sheets on her bed were missing, along with her security blanket from childhood, a blue and pink teddy bear-themed blanket. All her shoes and coats were left at home and it was 23 degrees that night. Her glasses and drivers license were also left behind.

A year after her disappearance a witness came forward, a 14-year-old girl, that overheard a conversation in which Amy was killed after a disagreement with a date. It’s unknown if the tip was followed up.

Amy didn’t have a car. She was last seen wearing a pink shirt and peach-colored stretch pants. She had blonde/strawberry blonde hair with blue eyes. She was 5’3 and 105-120 lbs.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Amy Josephine Liebl please call The Village Police at 405.751.9564.

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