Farmington Hills, Michigan, woman Danielle Stislicki vanished more than a year ago, but her family, friends, and supporters have not given up hope she will be found. One Facebook page is dedicated to this mission and continues to get the word out about Danielle and her plight. To date, almost a million people have been to the social media page and no doubt touched by the missing woman's mysterious story.
According to the Find Danielle Stislicki Facebook page, a message originally posted back in October is being pinned to the top of the page's timeline because it had reached almost 950,000 people and shared more than 22,000 times.
The post notes that it would be "amazing to see it reach a million people!" and asks those who have been moved by Danielle's disappearance to spread the word about her case. The post offers key information about Danielle and images important to investigators working on her vanishing.
Recently, there has been no new information released by police regarding the investigation into Danielle's disappearance.
Just months ago, Floyd Galloway Jr., a person of interest in Danielle's case, was sentenced in an unrelated case. Galloway, 30, took a plea deal and will spend from 16 to 35 years in prison after pleading guilty to kidnapping and assaulting a female jogger, according to CBS Detroit. In exchange for his plea, a charge that involved attempted murder was dropped.
The jogger attack for which Galloway has been sentenced took place in September 2016, only three months before Danielle disappeared without a trace after leaving her workplace. CBS Detroit reports that the jogger was on a Hines Park bike path when Galloway attacked her by strangling and punching her before dragging her into a nearby wooded area. She was able to escape his grasp as he demanded sex and attempted to strip her of her clothing.
Authorities have announced publicly that DNA in the jogger attack matched a sample that was found in relation to Danielle's case.
Galloway was once employed as a security guard where Danielle worked. He has yet to be charged with any crime related to Danielle.