Farmington Hills Police have added a special message to department vehicles that will keep the 17-month search for Danielle Stislicki in the public eye, and show their support for her family.
The #FindDani social media hashtag is written on vehicles to “draw renewed interest in the case, initiate curiosity, and generate tips,” according to a City of Farmington Hills Facebook post.
Police have searched for 17 months to find Stislicki, who has not been seen since she left her Southfield workplace on December 2, 2016. She had plans to stop at her apartment, then meet a friend for dinner.
The next morning, her worried friend drove to Independence Green Apartments, in the area of Halsted and Grand River. She found Stislicki’s Jeep Renegade, but no sign of its owner. Police Chief Chuck Nebus has said that police believe Stislicki is a crime victim and will probably not be found alive.
The department has formally identified Floyd Galloway, a former security guard in the building where Stislicki worked, as a “person of interest” in the case. With help from Farmington Hills Police, Livonia investigators arrested Galloway for the September 2016 sexual assault of a woman in Hines Park. He confessed to the crime in December 2017 and is serving a prison sentence of 16-35 years.
What you can look for
Police are still hoping to find these items:
Police are also looking for a tan and white striped comforter, Stislicki’s blue jeans and burgundy boots.
- Find Danielle Stislicki Facebook page
- Already Gone podcast episode
- Farmington Observer coverage
- WDIV-TV Danielle Stislicki disappearance timeline