Chandra Levy, a former federal intern in Washington, was last seen April 30, 2001, at a Washington health club and her remains were found more than a year later on May 22, 2002. Here is a timeline of the case, starting a few months before her disappearance.
Chandra Levy visits Washington with her mother and father to find an apartment for her upcoming Federal Bureau of Prisons internship.
Friday, Sept. 14, 2000
Chandra arrives in Washington to begin her internship and living arrangement.
Thursday, Nov. 23, 2000
Levy spends Thanksgiving weekend with her aunt, Linda Zamsky, on the eastern shore of Maryland. Zamsky recalls Chandra first telling her of a boyfriend who is in his 50s and "looks like Harrison Ford." By the end of the weekend, Zamsky said, Levy revealed her mystery boyfriend was a congressman.
Saturday, Dec. 23, 2000 Levy e-mails a friend: "Everything else here in D.C. is going good, my man will be coming back here when Congress starts up again … Don't tell [a friend in Rep. Gary Condit's office] who I am seeing, since [she] … thinks that I am dating an FBI agent."
Levy calls landlord about possibly breaking lease to move in with unidentified boyfriend. Landlord thinks she hasn't vetted it with the boyfriend. Weeks later, Levy tells him it didn't work out.
Friday, April 6, 2001
The Levy family comes to Washington from California to join Chandra for Passover weekend at aunt Linda Zamsky's home in Chesapeake, Md. Bob and Susan Levy, Chandra's mother and father, stay at a nearby hotel. But Chandra sleeps at Zamsky's and confides that her boyfriend gave her a bracelet. Later, she lets slip that her boyfriend is Rep. Gary Condit, D-Calif.
Monday, April 23, 2001
Levy's last day interning for the Bureau of Prisons.
Friday, April 27, 2001
According to police sources and the Levy family, Condit gave this date to the parents as the last date on which he and Chandra had spoken by phone. This contradicts what police say Condit told them about the date Condit gave as the date of his last phone contact with Chandra: April 29.
Saturday, April 28, 2001
Levy leaves two messages on landlord's machine saying that her job had ended abruptly. She e-mails that she would like to move out soon — May 5 or 6 — because "I have no real reason to stay around here." Condit's wife arrived in Washington. According to Condit's office, she was picked up at 7:30 p.m. ET by the congressman and a staffer. From there, they proceeded to a restaurant.
Sunday, April 29, 2001
Aunt Linda Zamsky says she received a phone message from Chandra, who needed to talk about something important. Zamsky does not return the call immediately and subsequently learns of the disappearance. Levy calls her landlord and tells him her job has ended earlier than expected and she will need to return home to California. Condit's staff says he had brunch, went shopping and visited the office with his wife. Later, they bought groceries at an Italian shop and returned to his apartment to cook dinner. Police sources tell ABCNEWS this is the date Condit gave them for his last phone conversation with Levy.