Name: Alexis Ware
Age: 29 years old
Last seen: January 30, 2022
Location: Anderson, South Carolina
Status: Still Missing
29-year-old Alexis Ware was last seen in Anderson, South Carolina on January 30, 2022. She disappeared after meeting up with her ex-boyfriend at a gas station.
At the time of her disappearance, Alexis Ware was living with her two children, a 9-year-old daughter and 2-year-old son, in Greenville, South Carolina.
Alexis worked as a hairstylist in her home studio. She was active on social media and wanted to do Instagram modeling. She had plans of opening up her own boutique in Atlanta to make a better life for her children.
On January 29, 2022, Alexis Ware spent the weekend with family at her mother’s house, located about 80 miles away from her home in Greenville, South Carolina.
Described as nervous, she talked to her mother about being followed and receiving unwanted calls by an unknown person she referred to as “the devil.” She feared she wasn’t going to make it to her upcoming 30th birthday.
Around noon on January 30, 2022, Ware left her mother’s house and returned home to Greenville. At 3:00 pm she had a conversation with her mother via video chat and said she was going to take a nap.
Around 7:00 pm, Ware went to meet her youngest child’s father, TJ Patterson, at a 7-Eleven store on Highway 29 North in Anderson, South Carolina. She handed him the children and they left in separate cars.
Ware was supposed to follow Patterson to his mother’s house before heading back to her own mother’s house, but she allegedly drove around his car at a red light at some point and sped off into the night.
At 7:30 pm, Patterson called Ware’s mother and described how they parted ways. She tried to call her daughter’s cell phone but it went straight to voicemail.
Alexis Ware never returned home and has never been heard from again.
On February 1, 2022, her family filed a missing person’s report with the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office when they couldn’t contact her.
On January 30, 2022, Ware’s cell phone pinged to a location in Anderson, South Carolina at 8:15 pm. Her car was spotted by a camera at an apartment complex in Anderson a couple of times that night.
That same night, Ware’s car was picked up by highway cameras in Augusta, Georgia, about an hour away. It was unable to be determined if Alexis Ware was the one driving the vehicle at the time.
On February 1, 2022, Ware’s vehicle, a red 2019 Honda Accord with South Carolina Tag #6635NS, was found abandoned and covered in mud in a hunting field in McCormick, South Carolina, about thirty miles south of Anderson.
Ware did not have friends or family in the McCormick area. Her cell phone, purse and ID were found inside the car. A bag of clothes was found in the trunk, and her hair bonnet was found on the ground outside of the car.
Police were able to get prints from the vehicle, but have not publicly said whether they matched Ware or anyone else.
TJ Patterson told authorities he headed home from the gas station after meeting up with Alexis on January 30, and went to work the next day. Security footage from the gas station’s parking lot was reviewed and nothing seemed out of the norm.
No persons of interest have been publicly named in Alexis’ disappearance, though police state they are pursuing all possibilities.
Police found no evidence, means or motive for foul play in Alexis Ware’s disappearance. The case is currently active and ongoing.
The circumstances of Alexis Ware’s disappearance remain unclear and her case is currently classified as missing. Her case remains unsolved.
African American female with black hair and brown eyes. Alexis is 5’6 tall and weighs 215 – 230 pounds.
Distinctive Physical Features:
Alexis has multiple tattoos including a leaf-like feather on the front side of one hand and a rose on the other hand. She has dimpling piercings.
Clothing and accessories:
Alexis was last seen wearing a black bonnet/bandana, a black jacket with a purple shirt, blue jeans, and black Crocs.
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Alexis Ware please contact the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office at (864) 260-4405, or Crime Stoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.
Alexis’ family is offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to finding her.
Resources & Further Information
Help Find Alexis Ware – Facebook
Alexis Dysheè Ware – NamUS
McCormick County Sheriff’s Office – Facebook
News & Media Links
Alexis Ware Missing: What Happened to Her? – Oxygen 08/2022
SC mother Alexis Ware’s disappearance shrouded in mystery – The State 02/2022
Family Hopes New Billboard Leads to Answers in Alexis Ware Disappearance – 7 News WSPA 06/2022
Family worried for missing mother of two Alexis Ware, “I’m waiting to wake up from this nightmare” – NBC News 03/2022
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And the police don’t think her disappearance is suspicious? Have they searched where the car was found? Either the police or this article is missing something.
I’m wondering why she would drop her son off with his father at a 7-11 but still planning to follow him to his mother’s house. That makes no sense when she could have just dropped the baby over there in the 1st place. This was a set up and her supposedly “following” him afterwards is a lie.
I was wondering the same. Why meet up just to follow. Only thing I can think of is that wasn’t the original plan. Maybe she confided in him regarding the troubling phone calls or feeling like she was being followed etc. And he then told her to folllw him. I’m wondering if she felt like she was in danger then reached out the the father to ensure the kids are protected? Just brainstorming. I hope she is found safe and praying for her kids and her family!
Yosh S. says
I’m wondering why she would drop her son off with his father at a 7-11 but still planning to follow him to his mother’s house. That makes no sense when she could have just dropped the baby over there in the 1st place…………is soooooo overrated and everyone keeps saying this. How bout, have the investigators even noticed if the same car or cars was in front or behind her Honda going into GA then shortly coming back to SC? When they viewed the highway cameras…were there any similar vehicles both times. Have they checked land in Augusta? Her car was dropped off in MccCormick to distract people and make it seems she is near when she may be in other spots. With the months rolling this gives the snakes reasons to come up with more lies and bring up so called affair she was having…a reason to throw innocent people in.,,,just sayin. Da boy knows…with his sneaky lying self
Wayne Van der Schaaff says
Did they fight over when and who could see the child , was there a formal agreement signed to this effect as a legal and binding document in front of a lawyer , or was this a mutual agreement between both parties , that was not binding on the other to perform the commitment originally made ? .
Is there any ideas of people who might be put up to make these calls as scare tactics , in order that the agreement would be changed to suit or disadvantage one or the other party concerned .
Who was the one that was most likely to be able to support the child to the child ‘ s advantage ? .