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Dionna Reitz Has Been Missing From Connecticut Since September 2020

She was reportedly last seen at a Super 8 Motel.

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Dionna Reitz Missing

A mother from Connecticut has been missing since September 8, 2020. It’s reported by the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System that Dionna Reitz, 43, was last seen in early September as she was being dropped off at the Super 8 Motel in Cromwell, Connecticut. Why she was there hasn’t been shared with the public, but it was stated on Facebook that the last time someone spoke with Dianna Reitz was on September 15.

Additionally, in late August, the Middletown Police Department reported that Dionna was arrested for disorderly conduct and criminal mischief in the third-degree stemming from an altercation that occurred in Middletown, Connecticut. Arraignment reports regarding that incident can be found here. Regardless, Dionna Reitz remains a missing person and it is of high priority that she is located and brought home safely.

 

At the time of her disappearance, Dionna Reitz stood 5 feet 3 inches tall and was 160 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. Dionna Reitz wears glasses and has a scar on her forehead. She’s known to frequent the areas of Middletown, New London, Norwich, Groton, and Hartford. What she was last seen wearing is unknown. NamUs reports that she drives a black Acura sedan with temporary tags and a broken rear window. The agency also states that she may go by the alias “TALAENA-MARIE HUTCHINS.”

Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to contact the Town of Groton Police Department (860) 441-6712 or their local authorities.

Please share this story about Dionna Reitz to help aid in her safe return home. She is our sister and her life matters.


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Brooklyn Bridge Jane Doe: Unidentified Woman Jumped To Her Death

Police are hoping the public can help identify a woman who took her life back in August.

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Authorities in New York City are hoping that the public can help identify a woman who passed away back in August. There are many iconic locations in the Big Apple and tens of millions of people flock there to take photos at the thousands of monuments and historical sites, but on August 18, Brooklyn Bridge Jane Doe brought attention to a landmark after someone captured her taking her own life. (more…)

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