Foul play suspected in 2011 disappearance of Mount Morris mother

Sylvia June Galvan was last seen in October of 2011

Sylvia June Galvan (NamUs)

MOUNT MORRIS, Mich. – A Michigan woman disappeared 11 years ago and police believe foul play is involved.

Sylvia June Galvan was last seen in October of 2011 in Mount Morris. Galvan was 30 years old at the time and left behind four daughters.

According to her family, Galvan is originally from Flint, went to school in Flushing and lived in Mount Morris. Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $2,500 for information that leads to her being found.

She is described as being 5′1′' tall and weighed 150 lbs at the time of her disappearance. She has brown hair and dark brown eyes. Her left earlobes are pierced multiple times and her right ear was pierced at least once. She has a mole on her right cheek and on the left side of her neck.

On her upper arm she has the tattoos “Caldwell” and “Dennis and April forever.” On her lower back she has the word “Howald” with a design. There is a rainbow tattoo with stars and a moon on her ankle.

The family has created a Facebook page to bring attention to this case.

DetailsSylvia June Galvan
Date Last SeenOctober 2011
Missing FromMount Morris
Missing Age30
Current Age41
Hair ColorBrown
Eye ColorBrown

Anyone with information should contact Michigan State Police Detective Sgt. Jon Miller at 810-732-1111. Tips can be made to the FBI by calling 800-634-4097 or by emailing

You can also make a tip to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-Speak Up. All tips to Crime Stoppers are anonymous. Click here to submit a tip online. Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $2,500 in this case.

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