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ViCAP Alert

ViCAP Alert Missing Person

ViCAP Alert

Violent Crime, Cold Case, and Crime Analysis Units

Amber WildeAmber Wilde
Amber Lynn Wilde

Race: White
Sex: Female
Age: 19 at disappearance
Height: 5’6”
Weight: 135 lbs.
Hair Color: Brown
Eyes: Brown
Hair Style: Longer than shoulder length, straight Piercings: Both ears pierced eight times
Vehicle: Dark gray, 4-door 1988 Subaru GL, Wisconsin license plate X5725T

Missing since 09/23/1998 from Green Bay, Wisconsin

On September 23, 1998, Amber Wilde was involved in a minor automobile accident in which she hit her head. Her last known location was her apartment in Green Bay, Wisconsin. On October 1, 1998, her vehicle was recovered in a sports bar parking lot in Green Bay, but there was no sign of Wilde. There were 900 unaccounted-for miles on her vehicle. She was 6 months pregnant at the time of her disappearance. Her DNA profile and dental chart are available for comparison.

To provide or request additional information, please contact Lieutenant Keith Knoebel of the Green Bay, Wisconsin, Police Department at 920-448-3319 or keithkn@ci.green-bay.wi.us or the FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) at 800-634-4097 or vicap@leo.gov. This and other ViCAP Alerts can be reviewed at http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/vicap. Contact ViCAP for information on how your agency can obtain access to the ViCAP Web National Crime Database and view this case.


March 2012 LEB Table of Contents

Table of Contents

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Working Toward the Truth in Officer-Involved Shootings
Agencies must recognize and address the many factors that influence officers’ memories after involvement in a shooting.
By Geoffrey P. Alpert, John Rivera, and Leon Lott

Leadership Spotlight
Determined Leadership

Leading Through Difficulty and Loss

ViCAP Alert
Missing Person

Synthetic Marijuana
Law enforcement officers must be aware of these dangerous new chemicals.
By Roland Macher, Tod W. Burke, and Stephen S. Owen

Bulletin Honors

Indian Country and the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010
Legislative changes have provided Indian country with needed improvements in jurisdiction and the criminal justice system.
By By Michael J. Bulzomi

Bulletin Notes

Patch Call

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