The Oakley Police Department announced it will hold a press conference Thursday to announce a reward fund for information regarding the Alexis Gabe missing person case.
During the press conference, Chief Paul Beard will provide an update on the case and share about the new reward offering.
- Tip Line: (925) 625-7009
- email: [email protected]
- Details: long black hair, brown eyes with glasses. She is 5’7 approximately 170 lbs. Age 24
- Last seen wearing: white tank top, blue jeans, white & green Jordans
- Last Known Location: Bentree Way, Antioch. Her vehicle was found abandoned with keys in ignition on Trenton Street in City of Oakley
Twenty-four-year-old Oakley resident Alexis Gabe was last seen on January 26, 2022, in Antioch, California. Investigators have been aggressively pursuing leads in the case and are now requesting the support of the community.
The last statement from Oakley Police came on February 16 highlighting that the disappearance of Alexis Gabe is at the forefront of police operations daily.
The investigation into the disappearance of Alexis Gabe has remained at the forefront of the Oakley Police Departments daily operations. We have also remained in frequent contact with the Gabe family throughout our investigation and we support them in their efforts as they try to locate Alexis as well.
We understand there is a great deal of public interest in this case. We remain committed to the tenets of completing a thorough investigation and making sure the integrity of our investigation outweighs public curiosity. The Oakley Police
Department remains committed to locating Alexis and we are continuing on our path towards a complete investigation.
Alexis Gabe went missing under a suspicious circumstances on January 27, 2022. 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.
The Oakley Police Department have not publicly identified any suspects in the case, however, they have recovered her vehicle with keys in the ignition.
The Oakley Police Department had previously served a search warrant at a residential location in the City of Antioch related to the disappearance of Alexis Gabe. The home was located on Benttree Way. They have released no details on the search. According to Police, the Oakley Police Department was assisted by the Antioch Police Department and the Contra Costa County District’s Attorney’s office.
The police department is asking the community to 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.