WEST BLOOMFIELD, Mich. – Family and friends of Diana Pesserl, the woman who was murdered last Friday, are rallying together to try to find her long-lost horse, Clyde.
Pesserl owned Clyde, a black Tennessee Walker, since he was eight months old, and loved caring for him.
"I will think of her every day and every time that I come here," said Noelle Russow, a longtime friend of Pesserl's who was inspired to get her own horse, Charlie, who goes by Pesserl.
Clyde is now 14 years old, and about a year ago, Pesserl had to let go of him. Family and friends don't know where he could be.
"She came across hard times and had too much pride to ask for help and didn't tell anyone what happened, so she lost the horse," said Russow.
Now, friends have started sharing photos of Pesserl and Clyde on Facebook to find Clyde, because he was such an important part of her life.
"We were thinking about if someone wanted to sell the horse, but even if the family could just see the horse for closure," Russow said.
Clyde is described as a "bigger-built horse who is black in the winter, but gets brown in the summer. He had a deep cut to one of his legs, so he has a scar."
Anyone with information is asked to contact Russo at email@example.com.