Philadelphia, PA

No One is Looking for Missing Trans Woman Arrielle Dicks

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This is the only picture that is produced when you search for Arrielle Dicks online.This picture is from Blotter.

Arrielle Dicks is a 38-year-old transgender woman who is missing out of Philadelphia Police Department. She was last seen on the 4500 block of N. 19th Street at 4:35 p.m on Thursday, February 10. She hasn’t been seen since.

Arrielle doesn’t appear to have any loved ones that have expressed their desires for her to be home. We could only find a few bare bones articles with her information, and they all said the exact same thing. In addition to the negative online presence, Arrielle barely had any pictures. Quest found exactly one. Yes, that’s a single picture online.

Though it is not uncommon for a person to not have an active social media life, there is normally some type of online presence that is formed when people go missing. It is not uncommon for Quest articles to have social media post from loved ones pleading with the public for answers.

Arrielle seems like a metaphorical ghost. There were no such please found. There were no loved ones that expressed their desire to bring her home. There was no Facebook page or the likes set up in her honor. No one has claimed this person at all. The silence is extremely rare – and heartbreaking even.

Arrielle is 5’8″ tall and 160 lbs. She has a light brown complexion, black curly hair, and a red “Gemini” tattoo on her neck. She also has tattoos on both of her arms. She is known to frequently hang out in the 400 block of Woodlawn Street and the 2500 block of Dover Street.

Since there is so little information about this case available online, we are unable to confirm whether or not there have been any leads. If you have any information about her whereabouts, please contact the Northwest Detectives Division at 215-686-3353 or simply call 911.

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