Police in North Dakota are looking for a missing mother who evaporated fourteen days back after leaving a little assembling — and family members trust her vanishing may be attached to an adoration triangle.
Anne Fitzsimonds, 47, vanished when she left a gathering at a farmstead in Peterburg around 1:30 a.m. on Oct. 4, the Grand Forks Herald announced.
Police accept the mother may have attempted to stroll to her home 26 miles away in Inkster, however, her family said it’s improbable since temperatures plunged to 29 degrees and she was just wearing a cowhide coat, pants, and cattle rustler boots.
“It’s impossible; 26 miles is a long-distance race,” her more seasoned sibling, George Niece, told the outlet.
He said he accepts that her vanishing might be associated with her chronic drug use issues and treachery in her 30-year marriage.
“For this situation, there was an affection triangle, I think, and I think there are drugs; that will be cash. It doesn’t look great,” Niece said.
Experts on Thursday held onto the truck that Fitzsimonds had been driving the evening of her vanishing, the outlet detailed. They trust her beau drove it home the night she evaporated suddenly and completely.
Her family is offering $5,000 for any tips that help discover her.
“I will discover her — that I know. I will discover her, regardless of whether it’s one day, or 100 days or 1,000 days, or the most recent day I inhale, I simply don’t have the foggiest idea,” Niece said.