Rebecca Thornhill missing from Dearborn


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Missing Person Dearborn, Michigan Rebecca Thornhill

March 15, 2018, Family has posted that Rebecca Thornhill boarded flights: AA5479 TOL to CLT and AA1608 CLT-JFK on Saturday, March 10th.

“She is without her prescribed medication and has no ties to New York. She may have been coerced or is psychologically impaired. IF ANYONE REMEMBERS HER ON THOSE FLIGHTS. PLEASE CONTACT STEVEN SUTE. Any information helps.”

Original Story:

Rebecca Thornhill, 27, is missing from Dearborn, Michigan since Saturday, March 10, 2018.  The sudden and irrational disappearance of Rebecca is even more of a mystery when yesterday her car was found in Toledo, three days after she went missing.  Inside the car was an airplane ticket to New York.

Rebecca’s husband, Steven told WXYZ that Rebecca left the house early the day she went missing.  Their roommate had spoken with her around 6:30 a.m. and shortly after that Rebecca was gone.  Steven tried to call her but she had left her phone at home.

Steven also stated that Rebecca and he had recently gotten married, and the night before she had mentioned helping the poor.  The family thinks she left to volunteer at a shelter in Detroit.  But Steven in an interview states they have no clear idea where she went.

Rebecca is a therapist for children with autism.  She is 4’11” tall and weighs 115 pounds with brown shoulder length hair and brown eyes. She is also known as Rebecca Shute.

Rebecca Thornhill
Rebecca Thornhill

Anyone with any information is urged to call the Dearborn Police Department at 313-943-2241.

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