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Missing Vicki Lynn Nisbett
Vicki, circa 1991; Rex Nisbett
Missing Since 12/14/1991
Cedar Park, Texas
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 12/28/1961 (59)
Age 29 years old
Height and Weight 5'4, 125 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description A long black skirt and a black sweater imprinted with turquoise and reddish-colored shapes on the front.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Brown hair, brown eyes. Vicki's ears are pierced.
Her husband, Rex, reported her missing on December 16, two days later. He said Vicki had needed some time away and he thought she'd gone to Austin, Texas, but Vicki's family said it's uncharacteristic of her to leave without warning.
That month, police searched Vicki's home and found her blood in the master bedroom of her apartment. It appeared as if someone had tried to clean it up. Based on the amount of blood found, authorities decided Vicki was deceased.
An anonymous phone call led police to her brown 1987 Dodge Aries in a parking lot off of Mopac Boulevard on February 8, 1992, nearly two months after her disappearance. The vehicle had apparently been parked there for several weeks.
A photo of Rex is posted with this case summary. In March 2013, he was indicted for his wife's murder. Vicki was seeing another man and Rex allegedly assaulted her new boyfriend a month before she disappeared. Investigators believe he killed her after an argument in their apartment. Rex had a record for assault and drug-related offenses, but no prior felony convictions. He was homeless at the time of his arrest.
Rex was convicted of Vicki's murder in June 2014, and sentenced to 42 years in prison. In 2016, his conviction was overturned on appeal, but in 2018 the conviction was reinstated; the court opinion stated, "the evidence was sufficient to establish that Nisbett murdered Vicki."
Foul play is suspected in Vicki's case due to the circumstances involved. Her body has never been found.
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