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Family Of Sunland Mother Who Went Missing Last Week Asks For Help Finding Her
Family and friends are asking for help finding Megan DiPiazza, a Sunland mother who has been missing since last Sunday when she left a note saying goodbye her family.Right now authorities say do not suspect foul play: DiPiazza, who has a history of depression, left a note saying goodbye to her family, according to Montrose-La Crescenta Patch. However, her family is understandably concerned, and has taken to social media to ask the public for help. Yesterday, they posted this message on DiPiazza's Facebook page:
Unfortunately we have no news on Megan DiPiazza. Her husband Sal Di Piazza is asking that anyone who is near a hospital or a rehab center ANYWHERE to just drive through a parking lot if you are nearby to see if her car is there.. 2013 Scion 2 door hatchback charcoal gray license plate 6XJR855., if you happen to be near one and see this car-please do a quick cruise through and see if you see anything. The new HIPA laws prevent them to release info to anyone-even her husband!! Thank you!!! This woman has a family, friends, and a 5 year old son who misses her tremendously!!
DiPiazza was last seen by her husband at their Sunland home. Investigators suspect that she is with people she knows, but they will not release specifics, according to the Pasadena Star-News.Anyone with information about DiPiazza's whereabouts should contact Glendale Police Chief Jeff Newton at (818) 548-3987 or (818) 548-4840.
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