Authorities in North Dakota are looking for a lacking mother who vanished two weeks in the past after leaving a small gathering — and kinfolk imagine her disappearance is likely to be tied to a love triangle.
Anne Fitzsimonds, 47, disappeared when she walked away from a celebration at a farmstead in Peterburg round 1:30 a.m. on Oct. four, the Grand Forks Herald reported.
Police imagine the mother may need tried to stroll to her dwelling 26 miles away in Inkster, although her household mentioned it’s unlikely since temperatures dipped to 29 levels and he or she was solely sporting a leather-based jacket, denims, and cowboy boots.
“There’s no approach; 26 miles is a marathon,” her older brother, George Niece, instructed the outlet.
He mentioned he believes that her disappearance could also be linked to her drug dependancy points and infidelity in her 30-year marriage.
“On this case, there was a love triangle, I feel, and I feel there may be medicine; that’s going to be cash. It doesn’t look good,” Niece mentioned.
Authorities on Thursday seized the truck that Fitzsimonds had been driving the evening of her disappearance, the outlet reported. They imagine her boyfriend drove it dwelling the evening she vanished with out a hint.
Her household is providing $5,000 for any suggestions that assist discover her.
“I’m going to seek out her — that I do know. I’m going to seek out her, whether or not it’s someday, or 100 days or a thousand days, or the final day I breathe, I simply don’t know,” Niece mentioned.