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Authorities looking for missing woman last seen in Baltimore in January

Posted at 12:51 PM, Mar 31, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-31 12:57:01-04

BALTIMORE — Authorities are looking for a woman last seen in Baltimore in January.

31-year-old Amanda Lynn Dankelman was last seen in Baltimore on January 5 and Beacon Investigative Solutions are imploring the public to report any leads to law enforcement officials.

On February 18, Beacon Investigative Solutions was asked by David Dankelman, the father of Amanda Dankelman, to help in determining Amanda Dankelman’s whereabouts.

According to Beacon Investigative Solutions, Amanda grew up in Columbia, MD. Before her disappearance, she was employed as an accounting/payroll clerk. Amanda is the mother of a 7- year-old daughter.

On January 5, Amanda disappeared after being dropped off at the intersection of Eagle St. and Monroe St, in southwest Baltimore (near Carrol Park).

Authorities say this is the last known contact with Amanda.

She did not have a cell phone, or credit/debit cards with her at the time of her disappearance.

Amanda’s disappearance has been reported to the Howard County Police Department (Incident Report $ 19-0117537).

Beacon Investigative Solutions says the police have offered little information to Amanda’s parents, and have not returned calls.

To date, there are no solid leads as to Amanda’s whereabouts.

If you have any information, please call Howard County Police at 410-313-2200 or Beacon Investigative Solutions at 888-551-3562.