Diana Humphrey, 35, went missing from Brownsburg, Indiana on December 2, 2019.
Evidently, Diana was hurt before she went missing by some type of altercation. Diana’s sister, Tracy did not want to elaborate on how Diana got the injuries though. “I had posted in a town chatter December 3rd, but due to the sensitive nature of the situation, I took the post down so her older children were notified by family. She was severely injured with bruises on her arms/legs/back and had trouble walking/standing. No car or identification or funds that we know of.”
Tracy posted, “12/8 update. My sister is still missing. I’m working with my family to raise funds for a Private investigator. Please help me bring this mom of 4 back to her babies for Christmas! She has 3 sons and 1 baby girl…. shes only 7 months old! I’m working on going to the media with fox59. My fiance is searching. Diana Humphrey is only 35 years old. Shes a mom, a sister, a daughter… a cousin. This has been an absolute nightmare for my family. The heartbreak my parents are going through…. no parent deserves a child that goes missing. We all call her nana…. please….if I could have anything in the world…I’d bring my sister back for her kids. Sunday I was holding her hand, telling her things would be ok…. it’s not ok. Please #bringnanahome”
Diana is 5-foot-4-inches tall and weighs about 175 pounds, police said. She has brown hair and brown eyes.
Brownsburg police ask anyone with information to contact the department’s investigations division at 317-852-1109 and/or Det. Sgt. Jacque Bass at 317-852-1109 ext. 2104 or email@example.com.