Police 'determined and committed' to finding missing 28-year-old Farmington Hills woman
Search continues for Danielle Stislicki
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. – The Farmington Hills Police Department released an update Monday about the search for 28-year-old Danielle Stislicki, who was last seen Dec. 2.
Here's the full statement from Farmington Hills police:
"All available information and evidence leads investigators to believe Danielle Stislicki was the victim of a crime. Investigators have worked tirelessly since Danielle was reported missing. Farmington Hills detectives and evidence technicians have received extensive assistance and resources from federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. All of the investigating agencies want the Stislicki family and the public to know that the law enforcement community is determined and committed to finding Danielle and solving this case. Investigators have collected evidence currently under analysis and examination. No information will be released regarding the specifics of the case in order to maintain the integrity of an active investigation. Investigators continue to follow leads in the case. Tips from the public are strongly encouraged and should be directed to the Farmington Hills Police Department’s Command Desk at (248) 871-2610. Tipsters may remain anonymous. The total possible reward money from Independence Green Apartments ($50,000.00), MetLife ($50,000.00) and a family friend’s GoFundMe account ($25,000.00) totals over $125,000.00."
It's been two weeks since Stislicki was leaving her job at Met Life in Southfield and she hasn't been seen since. Last week, her mother made a plea no parent could imaging making.
"From our heart, help us bring Danielle home," Ann Stislicki said.
From the start, Stislicki's parents believed foul play was involved in their daughter's disappearance.
Sources close to the investigation said Friday that Farmington Hills detectives have continued to go at the case hard, calling the search "intense."
A day after Stislicki went missing, her Jeep Renegade was found parked just eight feet from her door at Independence Green apartments on Halsted Road. Her purse was left in the SUV. Police aren't sure if Stislicki or someone else drove the Jeep to her apartment.
Police said it's highly suspicious that Stislicki's Samsung Galaxy Core Prime with a rose-gold case is missing.
Her keys with a charm on them are also missing.
Farmington Hills police, the Oakland County Sheriff's Office, Michigan State Police and the FBI are all working on the case. K-9s and helicopters have been used in the search, and police want to know who Stislicki was last seen with.
Stislicki's photo and name have been shared thousands of times on social media.
Farmington Hills police said they're working with the FBI to provide an update Monday that could help resolve the case.
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