Missing North Dakota mom Anne Fitzsimonds could be linked to love triangle, family say

Authorities in North Dakota are still searching for a 47-year-old mother who went missing almost two weeks ago after leaving a small gathering on foot – and family members believe her disappearance may be linked to a love triangle.

Anne Fitzsimonds, 47, walked away from the party at a farm in the Petersburg countryside – at least 26 miles from her home in Inkster – around 1:30 a.m. on October 4. She wore only a leather jacket, jeans and cowboy boots, despite the freezing temperature, which dropped as low as 29 degrees.

“There was no reason for her to leave. Why she left, no one seems to be able to tell us, ”her older brother, George Niece, told the Grand Forks Herald, adding that the research in vast rural North Dakota has been “absolutely daunting.” “Scary, so scary. On the one hand, you want to find it, but on the other hand, you don’t want to find it; you just want her to come home.

Niece believes her sister’s disappearance may be linked to her long-standing battle with drug addiction and her recent infidelity in her 30-year marriage.

“In this case, there was a love triangle, I think, and I think there are drugs; it’s gonna be money. It doesn’t look good, ”Niece told the Herald.

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