Tuesday, March 2, 2021, marked one year since 28-year-old Amanda Towne disappeared from Fellsmere. What is done in the dark will come to light!
Pink Justice, whose goal is to find justice and help bring home the missing, is not giving up hope on getting justice for Amanda and her family.
“We are not stopping… the day we stop is the day justice is served,” Pink Justice founder Erika Torok told Sebastian Daily.
Amanda’s mother, Ruthann Towne, went to the Finding Amanda Towne by Pink Justice Facebook Page to convince someone into coming forward with an anonymous call.
“We’re vastly approaching a year since Amanda was reported missing, still no known whereabouts. Her children and her friends are still asking for answers. One anonymous phone call is all it takes. Someone indeed knows where she is, and if someone is protecting that person, shame on you. It could be you in search of answers think about that it happens every day, so no, you are not excluded from such loss,” Ruthann Towne stated.
Anyone who knows the whereabouts of Amanda Towne or has information about her disappearance, please contact the Indian River County Public Safety Dispatch at 772-978-6240, reference to case number 2020-37848.
Ways that you can help Pink Justice:
- Join the missing groups
- Share flyers
- Help google map areas
- Dig for information that could help or lead to finding these missing
- Run the search parties
- Organize fundraisers
If you would like to help make a difference and help families find their missing loved ones visit the Pink Justice Facebook page.
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