Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
Elisha Eittreim was last seen around 9:30 p.m. on February 27, 1994 when she left her boyfriendís house in the 600 block of Brown Street in Napa. According to her boyfriend, Eittreim was en route to her home on Patchett Street, close to downtown Napa. He said she was going to make stops at a downtown bank ATM and Valís Liquor on Third Street on her way home. Eittrem never made either stop: no one at the liquor store saw her that night, and no ATM withdrawals were made from her bank account. She never arrived at her destination. The friend became concerned and began to check the neighborhood but was unable to locate her. Nor were any of Eittreimís personal effects ever found. Eittreim had planned on meeting someone at 10 p.m. She had acquaintances with the homeless and frequented downtown Napa bars. She had no history of disappearing. Eittreim was supposed to be at work on February 28, but never showed up. There are no records that she ever used her bank account, her name or her Social Security number or cashed her last paycheck. She may be a victim of foul play.
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Napa County Sheriff