VICTORVILLE (CBSLA) — An Inland Empire mother and grandmother who left nearly two weeks ago for a spa day in San Diego still has not returned home leaving her family desperate for answers.
“The Sunday before she went missing, she’s like, ‘Hey, I’m headed home, I’m getting dressed,'” Treniese Gill, the woman’s daughter, said.READ MORE: LOOK: Crash Leaves Gardener's Pickup Truck Stuck Between Hollywood Hills Garage And Wrought-Iron Fence
Izetta Burney, 53, said she was on her way home from the spa — about a two hour drive — but she never made it back. Gill said Burney hasn’t answered her phone or used her bank cards since, and her black BMW has not turned up either.
“Did she get kidnapped? Did somebody hurt her,” Gill said. “Did she drive off a cliff with all this bad weather?”
Burney already missed Thanksgiving, which is very unlike the Army veteran and grandmother who always spent the holidays with her family.READ MORE: High Winds Returning To LA Area Thursday
“I want her to be home for Christmas,” Gill said. “I’m sorry. Oh wow that hit hard.”
Burney also hasn’t shown up to her management job at the union where she’s worked for 20 years, and she hasn’t gone to see her mother, either, especially worrying because she was her caregiver.
“She puts everybody first, and I think that’s where a lot of her fatigue came from,” Gill said.
The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department is actively investigating the missing person case, but have not found any evidence of foul play. Gill hopes that the public can help detectives find her mom.MORE NEWS: Shawn Smith, Suspect In Brianna Kupfer's Murder At Hancock Park Furniture Store, Arrested In Pasadena
“It takes time,” she said. “And the time is excruciating.”