Camden- The Delaware State Police (DSP) are continuing their search for Lois L. Rodriguez, 52, of Camden, DE who has been missing for over seven years.
Last seen at the Dover International Speedway on May 31, 2012, Lois Rodriguez was reported missing when she did not return home after she finished working a shift during race weekend.
State Police Detectives began investigating Lois’ disappearance after her mother responded to Troop 3 in Camden on August 9, 2012, to report her missing. Officials said the investigation revealed Lois had been living with her boyfriend on Fox Hole Road, west of Camden until she voluntarily left on May 31, 2012.
Information obtained through the victim’s mother was that Rodriguez was known to frequent chat rooms online and leave for long periods of time to meet the subjects, according to a national missing person database.
Since Lois was reported missing in 2012, she has not attempted to contact any of her family members or friends.
Lois is described as being 5’06” tall, 130 lbs., with blonde hair and blue eyes. She has a scar on her cheek and a tattoo of tiger cub on her right shoulder and a rose on her left forearm. Her last known address was in the Camden area, however, she was known to frequent the Eastern Shore of Maryland, specifically the Aberdeen area, and also had contacts in Pennsylvania.
The investigation into this case remains active and ongoing, according to DSP Public Information Officer, Master Corporal Melissa Jaffe. If anyone recognizes Lois Rodriguez or has information on her whereabouts, they are asked to please contact Troop 3, Major Crimes Unit, Detective Blomquist at (302) 698-8426.