Danniella Vian missing Alabama
UPDATE 5/3/19 – Humans remains and a car matching the one driven by missing Danniella Vian have been found.
A blue Chevy Cruz was found while law enforcement was conducted diving drills at Bayou Sara, a few miles north of Saraland, according to Mobile Police Department. The authorities stated they would work on bringing the car out of the water on Friday, followed by positive identification by the medical examiner.
Original Story – Danniella Vian, 24, has been missing from Mobile, Alabama since July 17, 2018. She was last seen on a surveillance video at the Shell gas station on Government Blvd. near I-65.
Mobile Police Chief Lawrence Battiste said during a news conference, that Vian’s case is not an ordinary missing person scenario.
Danniella was known to be at a bar where she ran into Denson White and a woman. They began partying together and decided to go to another bar, then later another bar after that driving their own cars. At a gas station, Danniella told Denson she didn’t have her phone at the third bar, she drove her car and Denson drove his car back to the second bar to look for it. Denson told Dateline that Daniella never arrived at the second bar. He went into the second bar and found her phone and after waiting a bit, he decided to go back to the third bar. Daniella was not there.
Danniella has a tattoo of a Madala flower on her left shoulder. She may be in a dark blue 2014 Chevrolet Cruz with a Pearl Motors paper tag.
The family has organized themselves and has been putting flyers in locations throughout the city. They have also done fundraising events to bring attention to Daniella’s disappearance. The next one is scheduled for Sunday, September 2, at Hurricane Grill & Wings at 7721 Airport Blvd 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
If you have any information to her whereabouts, please call the Mobile Police Dept. at 251-208-7211. There is a $2,000 reward.
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