Lynette Campbell was a 35-year-old, white female, who lived with her mother and 10-year-old daughter, at the time of her death in Tarpon Springs.
Campbell was last seen alive by her mother on May 31, 1996, at 11:00 p.m., as she was leaving her residence to visit a “new” boyfriend, Mark. In the early morning hours of June 1, 1996, she was reported to have been seen by witnesses at the Bridge Lounge in Tarpon Springs.
Campbell was reported missing, by her mother, on June 10, 1996.
Her vehicle, a creme-colored 1997 Oldsmobile Royale, was seen abandoned on June 7, 1996, and later recovered on June 10, 1996, in a wooded area, north of Anclote Road, in Tarpon Springs.
Lynette Campbell’s body was recovered on June 15, 1996, along the Anclote River.
The manner of death was determined to be a homicide and the cause of death as homicidal violence.
If you have information that may assist investigators in solving these crimes and wish to remain anonymous, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS (8477).
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