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Anitra Mulwee, 23 - Anitra R. Mulwee did not come home to Tacoma from a New Year's Eve party in Seattle, December 31, 2000.

Mulwee's mother, Doris Yadwinski, a flight attendant, spoke to her on the telephone from New York. She said her daughter attended a party at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Yadwinski reported her daughter missing to Tacoma Police on Jan. 5, 2001.

March 8, 2001 her decomposing remains were discovered by a motorist whose car broke down along Highway 18 in Auburn, a mile north of the Green River. In the same area as two other women linked to the Green River Killer.

Investigators are taking a closer look at the case.

Mulwee attended Rogers High School in Puyallup for 2 years, and enjoyed outdoor sports.

In 1996, she was arrested in Renton for possession of drug paraphernalia. Two years earlier she was arrested in Chelan County as a minor in possession. She was found along state Route 18 in Auburn over last year.

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