VAN BUREN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WXYZ) — Crimestoppers is now offering a $1000 reward for information that leads to the location of 18-year-old Heavenly Sloan.
Her family is passing out CrimeStoppers fliers begging anyone who knows where she might be to step forward. Her mom and loved ones said during a press conference they are heartbroken and fearing the worst.
“She is a good kid. She is a bright kid. She is smart, an honor roll student. Her hobby was basically helping others,” said Lacrisha Crawford, her mother.
Here is what we know.
Family members say Sloan drove from her home in Middletown Ohio for a family reunion in Ypsilanti last Friday. The next morning she spoke to her dad, told him she planned to stop at the bank and then drive home to Ohio. She made a stop at a friend’s home at the Kirk Ridge Apartments.
Van Buren Township Police say a surveillance camera captured what appears to be a picture of her leaving alone in her car around three Sunday morning.
“If anybody has any information about my niece please contact us,” said Allaisha Spradling.
Police say it appears she has made bank withdrawals and her license plate was spotted in Georgia. They hope she is voluntarily missing and okay, but her family says she doesn’t know anyone in Georgia. They fear something happened to her on the road.
If you have any information CrimeStoppers says call 1-800-SPEAK-UP. All calls are anonymous.