|July 01, 1981 18:49|
|14 to 14 years old|
On June 30, 1981, Carla, who was living with her family across from the Kalaloch Lodge in west Jefferson County, took a baby-sitting job in a trailer in Clearwater 10 miles away. She was never seen again. No trace of Carla was found.
The baby's mother returned after a night out to find the infant alone and a broken, blood-spattered Galliano liqueur bottle on the floor.
The suspect in the case died of a heart attack in 1986. Detectives found broken glass and blood spatters in his pickup truck. The blood found at the trailer after Carla's disappearance matched her blood type, but DNA testing was not available in 1981 and it was never confirmed that the blood was hers.
Carla is described as a quiet child who kept to herself.
Clothing and Accessories
Light blue sweatshirt, shirt that zipped in the front
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|Jefferson County Sheriff's Office|
|79 Elkins Road|