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Woman Missing Since Argument With Boyfriend's Brother 11 Days Ago

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A 33-year-old mother of three disappeared 11 days ago after a fight with her boyfriend's brother, taking almost none of her personal belongings with her. Police are calling the disappearance of Sally Mityas, 33, "unusual." She was last seen on Friday, September 4 at about 11 a.m. at her home on Briar Avenue in Ontario, where she lived with her boyfriend Eddie Sarinina, his two brothers, and the couple's three daughters, KTLA reports. Mityas had just had an argument with one of Sarinina's brothers over financial issues. The brother told police that she gathered some clothes and got into a maroon sedan, and that's the last anyone's seen of her. Her boyfriend reported her missing later.

Mityas did not take her ID or keys with her, nor any money. She also did not take her own car. What's weirder than all of that, according to Janel Severns, her co-worker at a dental office in Norco, is that she didn't take her children.

"She has three girls ages 1, 5 and 7 and she would never leave her girls, ever," Severns told KTLA.

Severns also said it's unlike her not to go to work, and that she'd never missed a day before. Mityas also has made no contact with her parents.

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Police say the brother is cooperating with their investigation, and they have no reason to believe Mityas has left the country, according to ABC 7.

Mityas is described as a 33-year-old Egyptian woman who is 5'6". She has shoulder-length dark hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information should call the Ontario Police Department at 909-986-6711 or Detective Jeff Zeen at 909-395-2744. Anonymous tips can be made by calling WE-TIP at 800-87-CRIME.