Dee Warner’s identity is unknown, as is the date of her disappearance.


Dee Warner’s identity is unknown, as is the date of her disappearance.

DEE Ann Warner made national headlines after she went missing.

The FBI recently performed a new search of her home, but officials have yet to locate the missing Lenawee County woman as of October 12, 2021.

Warner, 52, has been missing for six months in Lenawee County, Michigan.

Warner is a 1986 alumnus of Tecumseh High School in Ohio, according to her Facebook profile. She works at DDW Investments/WAR-AG Farms.

Warner is also the mother of four children, Rikkell, Amber, Zack, and TJ, who are two daughters and two sons.

Her page also mentions that she is a grandma, however her marital status is unknown at this moment.

She was last seen on April 25, 2021, at her home on Munger Road in Franklin Township, according to investigators.

She “had no contact with her family and friends on phone or Facebook since she went missing,” according to a May report from Crime Stoppers of Lenawee County.

In June, the inquiry into her disappearance was put on hold, but it has since been restarted.

The FBI, state police, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, and Consumers Energy have all joined the Lenawee County Sheriff’s Office in their search for her, which is now in its sixth month.

“This is a compilation of all of the information we received over the summer, either through tips or investigation,” Lenawee County Sheriff Troy Bevier told WTOL11. “We decided that now would be a good moment to conduct a more thorough search. We enlisted a lot of assistance. FBI, MSP, and DNR collaborators.” While it has been revealed that the FBI examined her home, it is unclear whether they discovered any fresh information that could aid in her recovery.

Anyone with information is asked to call Bevier at 517-264-5371 or Detective Greca at 517-264-5364, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

Rikkell Warner, Warner’s daughter, has been updating her Facebook page with information concerning her mother’s abduction.

People have expressed their hopes that she returns home alive since she posted updates on the search on October 11th.

“I’m not familiar with you or your family. I saw you on the news today and wanted to say hello. Best wishes to you and your family. Thinking about her and what you’re going through crushes my heart “One person made a comment.

Another person added: “Amber Bock-Million, Zack Bock, TJ, and the rest of the family, my heart breaks for you. I’m praying especially hard for you and your family. I’m sending you all of my virtual hugs!” Many people also said they were “sending prayers.” Brief News from Brinkwire.


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