She has seemingly disappeared without a trace.
On Sept. 16, Jeanne Rysiewicz was in line to board a flight with her family at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in Texas on her way back home to Indiana.
Jeanne, 26, never got on the flight and her cell phone was found outside the terminal, along with one of her two carry-on bags.
Her family is now beside themselves with worry as there has been no activity on Jeanne’s credit cards or Facebook page and, despite suffering from exhaustion (she was working two waitressing jobs), there was nothing to suggest why she would suddenly disappear.
Her mother, Barbara Rysiewicz is now speaking to the New York Daily News in an effort to urge anyone that has seen her daughter to provide information for her whereabouts.
“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 revealed.” She looked a little worried but I don’t know why. And we got on the plane.”
So frantic with worry, Barbara got off the plane and searched for her daughter, but to no avail. No one has heard from Jeanne since that day.
Security footage shows Jeanne leaving the airport alone. She was wearing gray pants and a black hoodie.
Barbara reveals that Jeanne is “usually very happy” and has never been on anti-depressants or had mental health problems.
But she did note that her daughter had been sleeping a lot during the family trip to Dallas and could be reeling from a bad break up.
“We just want to say we love her, and if she needed to sort things out, it’s fine,” Barbara added.