SAN DIEGO, Calif. (VVNG.com) — It’s been almost 2 weeks since anyone has seen or heard from a 53-year-old Victorville mother who vanished without a trace, leaving family and friends clueless and worried.
Izetta Burney was last seen on November 24, 2019, after reportedly leaving San Diego to head back to her Victorville home after making a day trip to a spa; however, she never made it back.
“My mom is still missing, has been placed on the national missing persons list, if anyone see her or her car, please call 911,” stated Burney’s daughter, Treniese Gill.
Her car has been reported stolen, and there have been no sightings of the car, or her.
Family and friends say this is not in her character and fear she may be in danger.
“Her phone goes straight to voicemail, her credit cards or bank account have not been used. She was driving a black 2008 BMW 528 series with tinted windows,” stated family friend Jessica Bustos.
“She is wife, a mother, a grandmother and an Army Veteran,” stated Bustos. “If you could share this information, that would mean more than anything. Her family wants her home- no questions asked.”
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