Alicia Storti Missing: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Alicia Storti Missing

Alicia Storti pictured on her Facebook page.

A premonition from a family friend has led a search party in Rhode Island to a pond near the town of Exeter. They’re searching for 21-year-old Alicia Storti who was last seen on April 14. According to Storti’s missing poster, “Alicia was last seen at home before midnight on April 14th and left on foot with nothing but her cell phone, which has been turned off. This is out of her character and family is extremely worried.”

Here’s what you need to know:

1. During the Search, Storti’s Mother Also Went Missing

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NBC Rhode Island reports that Storti’s mother, Beth Anne, was helping in one of the search parties when she too went missing. Eventually, rescue workers were able to locate Beth Anne and she was treated by EMTs. Reporter Cierra Putman tweeted that Elizabeth “lost her sense of direction” during the search.

A family friend had premonition that Storti was in the area near the Arcadia pond in Exeter, Rhode Island. WPRI reporter Tyler Unwin tweeted that officials said there was no evidence that Storti was in the area. Around 50 people were involved in the search in the pond area.

2. Police in South Kingstown Say They Haven’t Received Any Credible Information About Storti’s Disappearance

Alicia Storti Missing Poster


South Kingstown police have asked anybody with any information about Storti’s whereabouts is asked to call 401-783-3321. According to her missing poster, Storti is described as being 5 feet 2 inches tall, shoulder length hair and brown eyes. She weighs about 105 pounds.

Police Captain Joel Ewing- Chow told the Providence Journal that public are asked “to remain vigilant and report any possible sightings or other information as to her whereabouts.” He added that local authorities, “have not received any credible information or evidence that would lead us to search any specific areas that we have not already checked.”

A Facebook group that is dedicated to the search effort says that there are two official search parties. One was at the pond on April 18 and the other began at the New Life Assembly Church in South Kingstown.

3. She Was a Member of the National Honor Society in High School

Alicia Storti Facebook page


Storti attended the Prout School, a private Catholic high school in Wakefield, Rhode Island. According to the school’s newsletter, she was a member of the National Honor Society while she was a student there. The school’s principal David Estes told WPRI:

The Prout School community continues to hope and pray for the safety and well being of Alicia. Our prayers are also with all the Storti family during this time.

He added that in addition to her honor roll achievements, Storti was also a cross country runner, peer minister and was viewed as “most artistic” by her classmates, according to WPRI.

On her Facebook page, Storti is shown in numerous photos to be dating a man named Nick Furcolo. He’s a former student at the University of Rhode Island and is a native of Wakefield.

4. Her Sister Credited Storti With Being Her Inspiration

Alicia Storti Missing Sister Brittany

Storti’s sister, Brittany, wrote a touching Facebook post.

In a touching Facebook post, Storti’s sister Brittany wrote about Storti being an inspiration. Brittany mentions a period she had in treatment and her sister was an inspiration.

5. Her Father Operates a Funeral Home That’s Been in Wakefield Since 1863

Storti Funeral Home

Storti’s parents, Peter and Beth Anne. (Facebook)

The Storti family operate the Avery Storti Funeral Home in Wakefield, Rhode Island. The business has been in the town since 1863. Storti’s father, Peter, is described on the funeral home’s website as:

A native of South County, Peter has been dedicated to the funeral industry since 1983. He grew up in Narragansett and is a 1983 graduate of Bishop Hendricken High School.

Peter received his degree in Mortuary Science from New England Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences in Boston, MA, in 1986 and became a licensed Funeral Director in 1987 and took over ownership of the funeral home in 1991.

He has a perfect combination of attention to detail, respect, and a caring touch for all families that he cares for.

He lives in South Kingstown with his wife Beth, and their three children, Brittany, Alicia and Joshua. When not working he enjoys the beach, boating, and spending time with his family.