Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Susie Stiltner Missing Now Missing 3 Years Please Help Find Her








Susie Stiltner's Family needs our help. Susie has not spoken to her family since the first week of August. I know from the other cases I have worked on and after speaking with her family this is not normal. Susie always checked in on her ailing Mother once a week. Susie picked up a new blue and white mountain bike from her family around the time she went missing. She also frequently went to the lower shore friends to get coffee and would stay at the HALO shelter occasionally. Susie frequented the Downtown area with the various homeless groups. Whatever Susie's problems may be she is loved by her family and they deserve to have answers as to her whereabouts.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Somebody has to know something,it has been almost 6 months.I hope that if she had any male companions that they are being looked at closely by the police.

Anonymous said...

I just cannot imagine how devasating the 'not knowing' must be for this lady's family.

Anonymous said...

Did anyone checked her cell phone for a ping at anytime, banking activity or any of the like records???

Lynn Dodenhoff said...

Not knowing is the worst. I can only describe the feeling as a gut wrenching void in your soul. My prayers are with her family and friends. Praying for answers.

Anonymous said...

9:11 I see your point? What ESOL class were u in?

Anonymous said...

I feel for a family who this happens to. Of course I'm not saying it's even comparable but I lost a pet once and my heart felt like it was in my throat and I was frantic with worry. Pet did come home but I did not sleep a wink that night.
If and when it does turn out that these missing people end up as crime victims I hope there is a special place in hell for the perpetrators who are so callous as to not only hurt another person but to make a family suffer so greatly.
In the meantime the law makers could and should make it an additional charge with very severe penalties because what they have done is assault the family with added stress. We may not see the wounds but they are there nonetheless.

Anonymous said...

One ping and one ping only Mr.9:11 PM

Anonymous said...

It's ridiculous that the DT's, WBOC & WMDT do not give missing persons air time. After all wasn't it after a broadcast about the Bennett young lady that lead to a tip which resulted in the discovery of her body and the arrest of the suspects? 99% of everything in the "news" is superfluous BS anyway so they have plenty of space and/or time. It's like our local news is perfectly okay that violent criminals may be walking the streets. They are the ones with the power to help solve these cases and they are failing miserably.

Anonymous said...

This is Susies daughter. Thank you all for your concern.

Rachel Stiltner said...

This is Susie's sister, Rachel. You can learn more and see more pictures at www.facebook.com/susiestiltnermissing

To answer some of your questions;

ANONYMOUS: she was staying, off and on, with a man that we later found out was a sexual offender. He did hit Susie before, and had a propensity toward rage episodes. I do not (and never did) trust him, and I made sure the investigators were well aware of my feelings towards this creep. However, they did clear him.

ANONYMOUS: The not knowing is the worst. I go through times when I imagine that she was involved in foul-play, perhaps abducted and subjected to all types of torture and I just get so sick to my stomach. It's the last thing you want think when it comes to your loved ones.

ANONYMOUS: Yes, the sheriff's department did a full investigation of her phone records.

LYNN: thank you for your kind words and for your prayers.

ANONYMOUS: yes, it is a tragedy with a domino effect. She is a beloved daughter, sister (3 siblings), and the mother of 4 children. We are all victims. I don't believe for a second that she run away without getting in contact with her children or especially her mother.

Thanks for your support!

Anonymous said...

In my opinion being cleared means there is no proof. The police and MSM will be of little help. You dont have to reply to this but was she on social security disability? If so that could tell you something like when she stopped receiving it or if someone else did or if there is activity out of this area.Did the guy depend on her for money to survive? What was his entire crimminal history? Another thought, did the guy leave this area? Not what you want to hear but perhaps his source is gone.You said she retrieved her bike.Where any of her personal items gone or left behind?Im sure there are other tell tale signs to look for.

You may need to hire a private detective. My experience is the law doesn't put much energy into investigating those of litte means. Im sure it is very hard for you all.

Lynn Dodenhoff said...

save your money on the private detective. Cops wont talk to them and they are expensive.

Anonymous said...

While I agree a private investigator is expensive they wouldn't have a need to talk to law enforcement. PI's are used quite a bit to locate dead beat parents, beneficiaries of wills and trusts. It would be a matter of gathering info through friends and family and going from there which would include interviewing those who were thought to have last seen her. If foul play were to come into the equation the info would be turned over to law enforcement.

Anonymous said...

Too many young women have gone missing or been killed around here... and its like people forget about them or worse,blame the victims for what happened to them.I have never forgotten Mike McD's "sponge comments" in reference to a missing young mother,and he should have been canned for it.He sure did not get my vote.It's like they don't care and they pass judgment on victims.I pray that Susie's family can get some closure,because I know they are hurting right now.

friend said...

im praying everyday! she is an angel and anyone that knows her can agree. hugs and kisses susie xoxo