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Family seeks answers in woman’s Dallas airport disappearance

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An Indiana family is reaching out to national media, hoping to solve the mystery of 26-year-old Jeanne Rysiewicz’s sudden disappearance from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

Rysiewicz’s parents, Edward and Barbara Rysiewicz, told CBS DFW on Oct. 4 that they had been in Texas for a wedding reception and boarded the plane home in front of their daughter. They said they saw her standing in line, but she never got on the plane.

“We were all getting on the plane and my other daughter has wheelchair accessibility so we went on first, and I saw [Jeanne] back there and I looked at her, like, ‘Hey come on, we have to board the plane,’” Barbara Rysiewicz told the New York Daily News. “She looked a little worried but I don’t know why. And we got on the plane.”

CBS reports that investigators found Rysiewicz’s dead cell phone outside the airport terminal, then discovered one of her suitcases after following tracks made in the dirt. The suitcase was empty.

Police do not suspect foul play, but Rysiewicz’s parents say their daughter was happy and had no reason to disappear of her own accord.

Jeanne Rysiewicz is described as 5’5″, 115 pounds, with light brown hair and blue eyes, the Huffington Post reports. She was last seen wearing a black hoodie, gray pants and brown shoes.

Anyone with information is asked to call the DFW Airport Department of Public Safety at (972) 973-3210.

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Dana Guthrie

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