Friday, March 26, 2021

Fundraiser Friday: March 26, 2021

 The week's Fundraiser Friday features cases of two women who have vanished in Arizona. Please share their stories and consider donating!


Elizabeth Breck


Elizabeth Breck vanished from the Sierra Tucson rehabilitation center in Tucson, Arizona on January 13th, 2019. The 46 year-old checked into the facility on January 10th to complete a 30-day treatment for trauma. After being evaluated by the staff, it was determined that Elizabeth was not a threat to herself or others. As a result, she was admitted to the general living quarters–an area in the facility that is not locked down. Just hours later, Elizabeth vanished. She has never been seen or heard from again.

Elizabeth’s family members hired private investigators to help search for Elizabeth. A five-mile radius around the facility was thoroughly searched, but unfortunately nothing was found. The private investigators also received a few tips about reported sightings, but none of them have panned out. Since then, very few clues have turned up. Elizabeth's family members have since set up a GoFundMe page to allow them to continue to pay their private investigator. [fundraiser link] [more info on this case]

Emily Hieber

Emily Hieber was last seen by her family members on February 3rd, 2013. That day, 19 year-old Emily brought her Miniature Pinscher named Bruiser over to her grandparents house in Yuma, Arizona. Emily and her dog visited with her grandparents for a while that afternoon, and according to Emily’s grandmother, nothing seemed amiss with the young girl. In fact, it appeared that Emily was trying to put her life back together after being hooked on drugs for the past few years. Unfortunately, Emily’s grandparents never heard from her again after she left that afternoon, and she was reported missing months later on August 16th, 2013, after it was revealed that her friends and family members had not seen her since February as well.

Investigators have now classified Emily's case as a cold case. Her loved ones have set up a GoFundMe page to help support her family and pay for ongoing investigative fees. [fundraiser link] [more info on this case]

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