Dad fears missing daughter has been abducted: Fauna Fay Bio, Wiki, Age
bIt’s been almost three months since an Oregan woman Fauna Fay disappeared, and her father fears someone may have abducted her.
NBC News reports that Fauna Fay, 45, was last seen by her father on June 27, after driving her Jeep from their home in Dexter to Grants Pass, Oregon. She was supposed to be dropping off some of her brother’s belongings to a friend. Her brother had passed away earlier that month from a heart attack and Fauna’s father, John, said that she was still upset about her brother’s death.
Fauna put down her cell phone and laptop, but her father said she usually used a burner phone to keep in touch with people. On the night of June 28, she checked into the Super 8 in Grants Pass and called her father to let him know she was okay.
The next day, she made plans to check in at the Weasku Inn, but she never succeeded. Hotel security footage at the Super 8 showed him leaving around 8:30 a.m. Fauna’s credit card was used twice after the call to her father, once at 5 Sporting Goods and once at Fred Meyer in Grants Pass.
According to the receipts, Fauna bought camping supplies and personal items, including flashlights, a flashlight, shoes, shampoo, and a sandwich with potato chips. Fauna returned to Super 8 afterwards. She told her father that she planned to take a shower there before leaving.
Missing Persons of America reports that Fauna may have plans to go “camping in the Josephine County area, or near Brookings, Oregon.”
Since June 29, the Fauna credit card has not been used. She never made it to the Weasku Inn, but she didn’t cancel the reservation and the motel ended up charging her card. There have also been no traces of Fauna’s vehicle, described as a dark blue 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee with Oregon license plate number 339EYB.
John added that he feared a kidnapping had occurred due to the cartels and the large amount of drugs in the area Fauna was traveling through.
Fauna’s friend Jeni Hill-Stapleton told NBC that Fauna would never voluntarily disappear without telling anyone. However, he added that it would not be surprising if Fauna wanted to go camping for a few days to clear her mind.
“But she would never be gone for that long,” Hill-Stapleton said in August.
“We just love her and adore her and we just want her back home. We just have to keep telling her story. “
A $ 25,000 reward is currently being offered for information leading to Fauna’s whereabouts.
The fauna is described as a white female who is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs between 135 and 150 pounds. Wear glasses when driving at night.
Anyone with information should contact the Josephine County Sheriff’s Office at 541-474-5117.