Imagine someone you love suddenly disappearing, never to be heard from again.
That pain is what loved ones of Brianna Vibert have felt for almost an entire year.
The 24-year-old mother of four went missing in Flint on July 15, 2017.
“It’s hard to believe it’s been an entire year and somebody can just disappear from the face of the earth,” said Bobbi Jo Stone, Vibert’s mother.
Stone misses her daughter.
“Her babies, they miss their mom,” Stone said.
Vibert was last seen at a gas station in Flint at 2:45 a.m. on July 15. She was walking northbound toward Atherton.
“I don’t think she is voluntarily out there. I know for a fact if she was alive she would be in contact with someone. I fear that she’s being held against her will. And I keep myself from thinking about the things that could be happening to her,” Stone said.
The investigation into Vibert’s disappearance is ongoing.
Just this past Wednesday Stone was shocked to see somebody signed into Vibert’s SnapChat account.
“That was very alarming to me. I don’t know if it’s her. I don’t know if it’s somebody fraudulently signing in as her. But it’s certainly a sign of something,” Stone said.
She hopes it’s a sign of life and she has a message for her daughter.
“Brianna Jade, I’ve always told you that no matter where you are if you call I will come for you,” Stone said. “If somebody has her, you need to understand your actions have a profound effect on more than just Brianna. And her family loves her and wants her to come home.”
If you have information on Vibert’s whereabouts or know what happened to her, contact Flint Township police.
Vibert is one of several women missing from the Genesee County area.
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