Authorities in North Dakota are searching for a missing mother who vanished two months in the past just after leaving a little gathering — and relatives believe her disappearance could be tied to a adore triangle.
Anne Fitzsimonds, 47, disappeared when she walked absent from a occasion at a farmstead in Peterburg all-around 1:30 a.m. on Oct. 4, the Grand Forks Herald described.
Law enforcement believe the mom may have attempted to walk to her household 26 miles absent in Inkster, though her family members said it’s not likely considering the fact that temperatures dipped to 29 levels and she was only wearing a leather-based jacket, jeans, and cowboy boots.
“There’s no way 26 miles is a marathon,” her older brother, George Niece, instructed the outlet.
He claimed he thinks that her disappearance may well be related to her drug dependancy concerns and infidelity in her 30-12 months marriage.
“In this circumstance, there was a enjoy triangle, I consider, and I consider there is medication that’s heading to be dollars. It doesn’t appear very good,” Niece said.
Authorities on Thursday seized the truck that Fitzsimonds had been driving the night of her disappearance, the outlet reported. They believe her boyfriend drove it property the night time she vanished without the need of a trace.
Her family is presenting $5,000 for any suggestions that aid discover her.
“I’m going to find her — that I know. I am going to uncover her, no matter whether it’s 1 day, or 100 days or a thousand days, or the final day I breathe, I just do not know,” Niece said.