FBI Seeks Help in Finding Missing Bozeman Woman
The FBI, in conjunction with the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office and Homeland Security, are seeking the public’s help in finding 26 year-old Danielle Diamond.
FBI spokeswoman Sandra Yi Barker said Diamond is a transient and has been missing since November, 2017.
“She has family in Bozeman and was last seen at the Bozeman Public Library,” Barker said. “She did not have her vehicle, she had no money, all that was left behind. She also had somewhat frequent contact with her parents but they had not heard from her for several weeks.”
Barker believes Diamond could be anywhere in Montana, or perhaps also in Utah.
“There was an unconfirmed sighting in Salt Lake City over the past month,” she said. “She also spent last summer in Denver, staying at some homeless shelters, but right now we’re investigating all leads and all possibilities.”
Barker provides this description of the missing woman.
“She is about 5’7” with dark brown wavy hair, she has brown eyes, and she weighs between 135 and 140 pounds,” Barker said. “She has a tattoo on her neck of a Mayan rune, it’s circular and about two inches in diameter, and she also has a tattoo on her back.”
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Danielle Diamond is asked to call a special tip line at 801-579-6187.