The Oakley Police Department confirmed Thursday night that they are looking for a missing adult female who has not been seen in more than 24-hours.
Alexis Perry Gabe is listed as a missing person with the Oakley Police Department. She is described as an Asian female adult (24 years) 5’9”, 165lbs, brown hair, brown eyes. She was last wearing a white tank top, black jeans, green and white Jordan shoes, and a black and silver hooded sweatshirt. Alexis does have a cellphone, but it is turned off, or it has no power.
According to police, she was last known to be with a male who she knows last night around 9:00 PM. Her family members found her car off of Trenton Street and Oakley Road earlier today and the keys were located in the car. There is no known nexus between Alexis and Trenton Street.
As a precaution Oakley Police have taken possession of her car as evidence.
According to Oakley Police Chief Paul Beard, although there is social media postings regarding a firearm, he has been informed they have no information about a gun being involved in the past 24 hours of her life, but the male associate supposedly has a gun and made threatening statements regarding it a few weeks ago.
“We have made physical contact with that male at his home in Antioch and have taken a statement from him,” said Beard. “We have checked detention facilities and we are checking all Contra Costa County hospitals for Alexis now.”
Beard added there are no known crimes right now, but based on the circumstances and the statements from the family they are treating this as suspicious.
If anybody has information regarding Alexis please call the Oakley Police Department at 925-625-8060
The Oakley Police Department received a call of a missing person, under suspicious circumstances, on January 27, 2022. The missing person is identified as Alexis Gabe, 24, of Oakley.
Gabe is described as an Asian female, 5’7”, 170 pounds and last known to be wearing a white tank top, silver/black hooded sweatshirt, black pants and green/white shoes.
Oakley Police patrol personnel and detectives began immediate efforts to locate Gabe. The Oakley Police Department has been in contact with Gabe’s family and have spoken to key people who were last known to be with her. The efforts to locate Gabe are continuing as detectives analyze evidence and patrol personnel continue to field tips and conduct physical searches for Gabe.
Please report any credible sightings of Gabe, or any information that will lead to her discovery by calling the Oakley Police Department at 925-625-8060