TULSA, Okla. — Family and friends came together to keep the memory of Aubrey Dameron and the hope of finding her active.
Loved ones gathered Monday night remembering Dameron, marking exactly one year since anyone saw or heard from her.
She was featured in our 2 Works for You "Forgotten Faces" series and her family is still looking for answers one-year later.
Her aunt, Pam Smith, says that although leads in Dameron's case have gone cold, she still continues to search for her and won't give up hope.
Dameron was last seen at her home in Jay, Oklahoma on March 9, 2019 around 3 a.m.
According to the Delaware County Sheriff's Department, Dameron messaged several people on Facebook asking for a ride and has not been seen since.
Records show she left without her cell phone and purse. There have been several unconfirmed sightings in Oklahoma as well as Missouri, but none have panned out.
Dameron was born a male and her uncle, Christian Fencer, says because she is transgender, her case is not getting the attention it deserves.
“It’s been shown time and time again in the transgender community as well as the Native American community where these cases, they're not covered. They're not looked in to, because over and over again, their lifestyle is being brought up,” Fencer said.
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Aubrey Dameron is urged to call the Delaware County Sheriff's Office at 918- 253-4531.
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