Pink Justice, whose goal is to get justice and bring loved ones home, needs volunteers to search for 28-year-old Amanda Towne this Sunday.
The mother of three went missing on March 2, 2020, from the 13000 block of 99th Street in Fellsmere. She was last seen wearing dark-colored spandex pants, a camouflage hooded sweater with a zipper, and dark-colored flip-flops.
It has been nearly 7-months since anyone has heard anything from Amanda.
Pink Justice Founder, Erica Torok, is making it her goal to reunite families with there loved ones. The search location is in IRC and will be announced on the Finding Amanda Towne by Pink Justice Facebook page once it is secured.
The search will be Sunday, September 27, 2020, the time and location will be announced on the Finding Amanda Towne by Pink Justice Facebook Page.
“We need a lot of feet on the ground for this one. Please wear bright color clothing and proper footwear. You will need gloves, walking stick, and bug spray,” Torok stated on the Facebook Page.
Unable to Search – But still want to help
Anyone unable to search on foot, but would still like to help, can bring ice, water, coolers, name tags, and a couple folding tables and chairs. They will also need people to help take names for check-ins and outs.
Torok hopes to cover a lot of ground this Sunday and bring Amanda home to her children and family. She is overwhelmed with all of the support she has been receiving in Indian River County.
“Our county has the biggest hearts, and I’m blessed to call it home. The people stepping in to help is unbelievable. I want to say thank you. Thank you, Indian River County, your hearts are amazing,” Torok told Sebastian Daily.
Anyone who knows the whereabouts of Amanda Towne, please contact the Indian River County Public Safety Dispatch at 772-978-6240 reference to case number 2020-37848.