Dana Boshell: Missing from Florida

Dana Boshell
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Missing Person Florida Dana Boshell

Dana Boshell, 38, from Tampa, Florida was last seen by her family July 4, 2012. No one has heard from her since.

“Nobody has heard anything. Nobody. And that’s just not like Dana. It’s not like her,” Gloria Barich, Dana’s mother told WTSP news.

Dana had gone to her brother’s house in Orlando on July 4th.  Her boyfriend dropped her back off at her apartment and that was the last he saw her.

“We’ve talked to her boyfriend. Her boyfriend has indicated that he dropped her off at her apartment. We’ve checked that apartment and there was signs of any unusual activity there. All her personal belongings or clothing were still there,” said Det. Larry McKinnon with the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office.

Later more was added to the story.  The boyfriend said he had caught Dana with two men doing drugs at their apartment in August.  He kicked Dana out of the apartment because he did not do drugs.  He has not seen her since.

Detectives said they’re especially concerned because Boshell’s banking activity stopped the day she disappeared. It had been very active prior to that. Bothell was supposed to collect her inheritance but she has not made contact with anyone.

If you have any information about Dana Boshell, you’re asked to call Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office at 813-247-8200.

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